Womble's HBCU Succeed Program is delighted to announce its recent sponsorship of 200 care packages for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in Texas. By partnering with renowned institutions such as Texas Southern University and Prairie View A&M University, we aim to support HBCUs and their students by delivering these essential care packages, with each institution receiving 100 packages.

These care packages have been thoughtfully curated to provide students with essential items and a much-needed dose of encouragement during their weekly college exams and study sessions. By alleviating some of their concerns and ensuring they have necessary supplies, students can focus on excelling academically. Each care package includes practical items such as hygiene products, snacks, study materials, Womble swag, and uplifting messages from Womble lawyers to boost students' spirits.

Our sponsorship of these care packages demonstrates our commitment to the well-being and success of HBCU students, as well as our dedication to fostering a thriving HBCU community. Furthermore, our partnership with Texas Southern University and Prairie View A&M University reflects Womble's ongoing efforts to develop strong relationships with HBCUs nationwide. Through our HBCU Succeed Program, we provide HBCU students with professional development opportunities, mentorship, and resources, empowering them for success in their chosen career paths while promoting diversity within our talent pool.

Arlen Sims, Office of Student Life Director at Texas Southern University, expressed heartfelt gratitude for Womble's support through the HBCU Succeed Program, acknowledging the significant impact these care packages will have on students. 

Womble's HBCU Succeed Program is an integral part of the company's commitment to corporate social responsibility and community engagement. By investing in the education and professional development of HBCU students, Womble aims to create meaningful and lasting change, fostering a more diverse and inclusive future.

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