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Members of the Nelligan O’Brien Payne Wills and Estate group (John Johnson, Jane Thomson, Marcia Green, Erin Lepine) and some of their clients (Laurie Lord, Heather Richardson, Anne Patenaude, Ruby Williams and Dilia Ayala-Mayost) helped raise money for Citizen Advocacy of Ottawa by attending their annual Evening In the Maritimes fundraising event. Citizen Advocacy sets up matches between volunteer advocates and people with disabilities that can have profound effects on both. Citizen Advocacy is one of only a few Ottawa community organizations supporting people with a wide range of disabilities, including physical limitations, developmental delays, mental illness, and disabilities related to aging.

 


 

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