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Whittlesey & Hadley in Hartford hosted
its seventh annual Community Day in
July. This year employees of the firm
and its subsidiary, The Technology
Group, volunteered at community-
based organizations primarily focused
on providing academic, behavioral,
and human services to the disabled
and families and children.
Nearly half of the volunteers, a team
of 30, painted classrooms and office
space at Our Piece of the Pie (OPP) at
20-28 Sargeant Street in Hartford. The
nonprofit's mission is to help urban youth
become economically independent
adults through relationship-centered
programs in academics, youth
development, and workforce readiness.
The painted space included a portion
of OPPortunity Academy, formerly
Opportunity High School, which helps
struggling students graduate from high
school ready for college and careers.
"This year we were proud to play a
role in OPP's transition to OPPortunity
Academy and helping them to open
the new school on time this fall," said
Drew Andrews, managing partner
of Whittlesey & Hadley. "Community
Day affords our team members a
broad range of rewarding experiences
that allow them to give back to area
nonprofits and our clients."
Other team members volunteered
at the Boys & Girls Club Fam-
ily Center in Springfield, Catho-
lic Charities in Hartford, Watkinson
School in Hartford, and The Bridge
Family Center in West Hartford.
Since 2009, Whittlesey & Hadley's
Community Day has given back to
more than 35 nonprofit organizations
throughout the region.
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Whittlesey & Hadley volunteers painted 8,000 square feet of academic and workforce development
space at Our Piece of the Pie's OPPortunity Academy at 20-28 Sargeant Street in Hartford.
Nearly 140 golfers gathered at the BlumShapiro
Golf Classic, held on July 27 at the New Haven
Country Club. The annual tournament, reception,
and raffle benefit the Greater New Haven Chamber
of Commerce Scholarship Fund for New Haven-area
students pursuing college degrees in business. To
date, nearly $60,000 in scholarships has been raised
for the students.
BlumShapiro Golf Classic Supports New Haven-Area College Students
Pictured at the BlumShapiro Golf Classic are (from left) John Zinno,
BlumShapiro Shelton Office Managing Partner; Elisabeth McNivens,
a junior at Southern Connecticut State University and one of six stu-
dents who will receive scholarship money from the 2015 BlumShapiro
Golf Classic; and Tony Rescigno, president of the Greater New Haven
Chamber of Commerce.