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Connecticut CPA
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May/June 2013
Pictured are (back row, from left) Emily Joy, Jim Rollinson, Tony Wimperis, Peter Tomaino, Steve Surina, Jennifer Bull, Adam Formus, Lynn Baselice,
Suzanne Brown, Jackie Bahi, Patrik Kovac, and Michael Ganino, and (front row, from left) Nicholas Valli, Daisy Acervida, Camp Rising Sun Co-
Director Michael Donahue, Sara Burke, Robert Vieira, Katie Regan, firm Managing Principal Eric Hendlin, and Alberto Martins.
Dworken, Hillman, LaMorte and Sterczala in Shelton select-
ed the Camp Rising Sun Charitable Foundation as its 2012
"Jeans for Charity" recipient. Camp Rising Sun is a camp
for children who have been diagnosed with cancer. The
firm's 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 program has donated more than $28,000 to
local charities since it was established in 2004.
Dworken, Hillman, LaMorte and Sterczala Selects Camp Rising Sun
Charitable Foundation as `Jeans for Charity' Recipient
The United Way of Central and North-
eastern Connecticut recently honored
BlumShapiro for its participation in
the United Way Workplace Campaign.
BlumShapiro employees donated more
than $56,000 as a Workplace Cam-
paign Partner, helping the United Way
of Central and Northeastern Connecti-
cut create healthy communities in its
40-town region.
Pictured with BlumShapiro Managing Partner
Carl Johnson (left) are Veronica Collins, Lori
Budnick, and Mark Schwartz.
BlumShapiro Employees Donate $56,000 to United Way
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