For the third year in a row, PKF O'Connor Davies
teamed up with the United Way Workplace Volun-
teer Council to hold a fundraising day for the United
Way Back to School Clothes for Kids program.
This year partners and staff contributed about
$1,200, and then five volunteers from the firm's
Stamford office went on a shopping spree to fill bins
with needed supplies and clothes for five local chil-
dren in need.
Each child received two new school outfits, a win-
ter jacket, sneakers, socks, underwear, and a back-
pack filled with age-appropriate school supplies. In
all, 105 children were supported this year from busi-
nesses in the Stamford area.
Pictured with the firm's five bins of back-to-school donations
are (from left) Marilyn Soto, Lisa Salamon, Paula Savona, CTCPA
Past President Bruce Blasnik, and Bryan Decker.
RSM US co-sponsored the 21st annual ShopRite
Autumn Golf Classic, which took place at The Coun-
try Club of Darien in September and raised nearly
$175,000 for the Yale Eye Center.
Together, the Yale Advisory Board and the ShopRite
Autumn Golf Classic have contributed more than
$1.8 million to the Yale Eye Center to date. They
have also committed to raising an additional $2 mil-
lion over the next four years, intended solely for re-
search and discovery.
Included in RSM's sponsorship of the event was a
special appearance by PGA TOUR professional and
Team RSM member Chris DiMarco, who gave a
demonstration at the practice tee and spent some
time interacting with tournament participants.
PKF O'Connor Davies Fills Back-to-School Bins for Five Local Children
RSM-Sponsored 2016 ShopRite Autumn Golf Classic
Raises Nearly $175,000 for Yale Eye Center
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Pictured at the ShopRite Autumn Golf Classic are (from left) Gene Rubino, Chris
DiMarco, Rocky Cingari, and Tony Ceci. The event raised nearly $175,000 for
research and discovery at the Yale Eye Center.