Giving Back through the Las Vegas Rescue Mission

McDonald Carano’s Las Vegas office teamed up to support the Las Vegas Rescue Mission by helping to prepare, serve, and clean up after an evening community meal. It was a great time, a great cause, and a great opportunity to give back to the community. Our involvement was led by Pam Queen and inspired by the Community Engagement group in our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee. In addition to Pam, our volunteers included Karyna Armstrong, Mark Buckovich, Kim Christmas, Ke’ante Davis, Kiley Harrison, Beau Nelson, and George Ogilvie, the Managing Partner of our Firm and our Las Vegas office. 

Founded in 1970, the Las Vegas Rescue Mission started with a small storefront building that included a chapel, kitchen, and small shelter. Today, the LVRM campus takes up two city blocks in downtown Las Vegas, helping hundreds of men, women, and their children. In addition to providing 30,000 meals each month, LVRM serves those in need through shelter, daily needs, and addiction recovery. Information about LVRM is available at

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