BALTIMORE—Paul’s Place is dedicated to improving the quality of life for residents of Southwest Baltimore. As part of its ongoing fundraising efforts, the organization held a Benefit Breakfast Community Fundraiser at the Center Club on May 2. Womble Carlyle was a sponsor of the event; Baltimore Office Managing Partner David Hamilton and Director of Client Service Candace Gill attended.

A sister breakfast was held at the Hunt Valley Inn on May 1. Funds raised from these events go to support 20+ Paul’s Place programs that help individuals and families in Southwest Baltimore to reduce their reliance on emergency assistance, address barriers to self-sufficiency, and build resiliency to weather future challenges.

Paul’s Place offers a wide range of services, including an emergency food pantry, health and wellness programs, high school summer internships, after-school programs for elementary students, and adult literacy education.

David Hamilton is the Managing Partner of Womble Carlyle’s Baltimore office and has experience in antitrust, class action, trade secrets, RICO, mergers and acquisitions, shareholder and partnerships disputes, franchise and other business competition claims. David has handled numerous cases involving multiple parties in large complex matters and has litigated cases in state and federal courts throughout the United States.

Candace Gill is based in Womble Carlyle’s Baltimore office. Candace works with attorneys to help grow and build great and lasting relationships with clients.