items like backpacks and school supplies are simply
not affordable. CPAs across the state recently joined
backpacks, paper, pencils, pens, highlighters, calculators,
and more for elementary through high school students.
CPAs and new professionals hung signs in their offices
encouraging staff and clients to donate essential supplies
that are no longer provided by many schools.
Kitchen in Rockville, South Windsor Youth Services, and
The Village for Families and Children in Hartford.
distribution, people were amazed at the quality and quantity
of items that the CPAs had donated, from rugged backpacks
to brand-new calculators," said CSCPA Student and New
Professional Outreach Specialist Alicia McCain. "Our efforts
were very much appreciated," she added.
CSCPA charitable drives, get in touch with McCain at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-258-0217.
Connecticut CPA and on www.cscpa.org.
Shelly DiStefano, Erik Morrissey, Jen Shugrue, Kevin Hoagland, Andrew Sciarra, Jen Hutchings, Kevin Gokey, and (kneeling) Rose Swiatkiewicz.