By Christina Mayo, The Miami Herald | July 11, 2020
With so many families experiencing the need for creative outlet, the Miami-based litigation firm Mark Migdal & Hayden put some regular work aside to help support another local business.
It recently partnered with Creative Cove, an arts and crafts studio in the Bird Road Art District of Miami, on a customized project. What was once a bustling locale for birthdays and artistic celebrations, Creative Cove has since shut its doors due to the pandemic.
Together, the companies developed a family care package, produced by Creative Cove and delivered to more than 50 of MM&H’s clients. The kits include two to three craft projects, with wooden models, paint, brushes and canvas totes and are designed to encourage collaboration during quarantine.
“In a time where the human element is more important than ever, we wanted to ‘pay it forward’ with positivity,” said Etan Mark, founding partner.
“Sharing these care packages gave us the opportunity to connect with our clients during this difficult time while collaborating with a small business such as Creative Cove. As we continue to see our city suffer due to the pandemic, every little bit of help and optimism counts during this uncertain climate.”
Creative Cove Owner Luly Azizi said working with their team was truly collaborative.
“It was exciting to develop a customized art package that spoke to their brand and give back to small businesses like mine, which is the true spirit of our community,” she said.