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March/April 2017
Guilmartin DiPiro Sokolowski partners
and staff participated in the Middletown
Recreation and Community Services
Bernie O'Rourke/Detroit Hunter 65th
Christmas toy drive using Friday "Jeans
Day" contributions.
Guilmartin DiPiro Sokolowski
Supports Middletown
Toy Drive
Dworken, Hillman, LaMorte and Sterczala in Shelton announced
the selection of Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities
(ECAD) as the firm's 2016 Jeans for Charity recipient. The 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 firm's
Jeans for Charity program has donated more than $48,900 to
local charities since it was established in 2004.
ECAD's mission is to provide highly skilled service dogs to
increase mobility and independence for people living with
disabilities, including veterans, at-risk youth, those in stressful
circumstances, and children as young as two with autism.
Dworken, Hillman, LaMorte and Sterczala
Supports Educated Canines Assisting
With Disabilities
RSM Gives Back to The Hole in the Wall
Gang Camp through Birdies Fore Love
RSM US employees, partners, principals, and clients
came together in January to present a $46,614 check
to The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp as part of RSM's
Birdies Fore Love fundraising efforts related to The RSM
Classic, a PGA TOUR event for which RSM is the title
sponsor.
"We are proud of the level of commitment we saw at all
levels from internal fundraising events to volunteering
at the camp's facility to helping prepare rooms for
campers," said Tony Ceci, Connecticut market managing
partner at RSM.
(from left) Tony Ceci and Ralph Volpe of RSM, Andrea Keefe of The Hole
in the Wall Gang Camp, Brian DiPaola and Chuck DelVecchio of RSM,
and Ken Alberti of The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp pose with a $46,614
check for The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp.
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