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The Dworken, Hillman, LaMorte & Sterczala "Jeans for
Charity" program encourages employees to donate money
weekly to a fund that is matched by the firm, in exchange for
allowing participants to wear jeans on Fridays. The Jeans
for Charity program has donated more than $24,000 to local
charities since it was established in 2004.
This year's beneficiary, The Children's Center of Hamden,
is a private, nonprofit, multi-service agency dedicated to
providing quality treatment and education in a safe, nurtur-
ing environment for children and families in the least
restrictive setting possible.
Dworken, Hillman, LaMorte & Sterczala Donates
Jeans for Charity Proceeds to The Children's Center of Hamden
Reynolds & Rowella Raises More Than $5,000 for Men's Health
Pictured at Dworken, Hillman, LaMorte & Sterczala are (back row, from left) Tony Wimperis, Suzanne Brown, Nick DaPaz, Kyle Ushka, Carin Gerig, Dan
Bresnick, Adam Formus, Nick Valli, and Mike Ganino and (front row, from left) Children's Center Director of Development Diane Bell Surprenant, Jim
Rollinson, Daisy Acervida, Alberto Martins, Children's Center Executive Director Tony DelMastro, Dworken, Hillman, LaMorte & Sterczala Managing
Principal Eric Hendlin, Steve Surina, and Lynn Baselice.
The Reynolds & Rowella "Mo Bros" (from left): Patrick Butler, Steven Yudkin, Ben Martin, Gregory Pepin, Scott Crane, Ben Maini, Frank Rowella,
Shawn Voisine, Jarrett Meiers, Dan Corini, and Dominic Lagonigro.
advocacy community education
Fifteen partners and employees at Reynolds & Rowella
raised more than $5,000 in support of men's health through
their participation in the "Movember" campaign. Clean-
shaven men participate by agreeing to grow moustaches for
30 days beginning on November 1 each year. Known as "Mo
Bros," participants become talking billboards for men's health
issues, and are encouraged to raise funds through sponsor-
ships. Founded in 2006, the Movember movement is active
in 14 countries worldwide. In the U.S., funds raised support
the Prostate Cancer Foundation and LIVESTRONG, the
Lance Armstrong Foundation. At Reynolds & Rowella, the
top two mustachioed fundraisers, who together raised
$3,035, were Managing Partner Frank Rowella Jr. and
Partner Ben Maini.