If you get “the office is closed” message for WME today, don’t think Hollywood is on a recess. The agency has just closed all of its offices today in Los Angeles, New York, Nashville, and London for its first annual Volunteer Day. Every employee is participating in 25 different sites across the country, including Habitat for Humanity, Rosie’s Broadway Kids, Art of Elysium, NY Restoration, Operation Amped, Foster Elementary Compton, and the Motion Picture Television Fund, etc. WME’s Volunteer Day continues a tradition that began at predecessor WMA.
WME Employees Gone Volunteering Today
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