Butler Kahn Makes $50,000 Donation to Evidence Action

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Atlanta based Butler Kahn contributed fifty-thousand dollars in December to a results producing non-profit organization focused on deworming the impoverished

The firm’s donation will help support, grow and strengthen, Evidence Action’s important work of evidence-based and cost-effective programs. The programs reduce the burden of poverty for hundreds of millions of people in the poorest places. The result is less worm infection, leading to improvements in health, education, and economic outcomes.

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Evidence Action

1101 K Street NW, Suite 900
Washington DC 20005

Jeb Butler
Butler Kahn
10 Lenox Pointe
Atlanta, Georgia 30324

Dear Mr. Butler,

I want to personally thank the Butler Kahn on behalf of Evidence Action for the extremely generous contribution of $50,000 sent on December 24, 2019 for our Deworm the World Initiative.  Your renewed support of Evidence Action helps to strengthen and grow our important work, contributing to our mission of scaling evidence-based and cost-effective programs to reduce the burden of poverty for hundreds of millions of people in the poorest places.

Year after year, the Deworm the World Initiative continues it’s excellent cost-effectiveness and evidence of impact. Your donation helps support treatment of over 260 million children annually across India, Kenya, Pakistan, and Nigeria at a average cost of less than USD $0.50 per child per treatment. The result is less worm infection, leading to improvements in health, education, and economic outcomes.

We hope that you will stay informed about the progress of our work in 2020 by visiting www.evidenceaction.org, signing up for our newsletter, or following us on TwitterFacebook, or Instagram.

Again, many thanks, and on behalf of all of us at Evidence Action, we are deeply grateful for your continued support.

Best regards,

Grace Hollister
Chief Engagement Officer

Read more about Butler Kahn’s process for supporting evidence-based programs.

Jeb Butler’s career as a Georgia trial lawyer has led to a $150 million verdict in a product liability case against Chrysler for a dangerous vehicle design that caused the death of a child, a $45 million settlement for a young man who permanently lost the ability to walk and talk, and numerous other verdicts and settlements, many of which are confidential at the defendant’s insistence. Jeb has worked on several cases that led to systemic changes and improvements in public safety. He has been repeatedly recognized as a Georgia SuperLawyer and ranks among Georgia’s legal elite. Jeb graduated in the top 10% of his class at UGA Law, argued on the National Moot Court team, and published in the Law Review. He is the founding partner of Butler Kahn law firm. Connect with me on LinkedIn