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Member Snapshots
During the month of June,
Marcum's Connecticut offices
(New Haven, Greenwich, and
Hartford) collected hundreds
of books for Read to Grow,
an organization that works to
"promote language skills and
literacy for children, beginning
at birth, and to support
parents as their babies' first
Read to Grow provides free
books, literacy resources, and
workshops to families, child-
care providers, teachers,
doctors, healthcare groups,
library programs, and many
Dworken, Hillman, LaMorte, and Sterczala Selects
Connecticut Make-A-Wish Foundation as `Jeans for Charity' Recipient
Marcum's Connecticut Offices Collect Books for Read to Grow
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Dworken, Hillman, LaMorte and Sterczala in Shelton
selected Make-A-Wish Connecticut as its 2015 Jeans for
Charity recipient. 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 $43,400 to local charities since it was
established in 2004.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation grants the wishes of children
with life-threatening medical conditions "to enrich the
human experience with hope, strength, and joy."