Monday, March 1, 2010
Help for Columbus House
NEW HAVEN - Partners and employees of BlumShapiro have donated $2,500 to Columbus House.
The donation was possible becayse, for the second consecutive year, the firm decided to forego the company’s annual holiday party and donate to charities across the state, including Columbus House, according to a statement.
Columbus House Director of Development and Public Relations John B. Brooks, second from left, received a check for $2,500 from Dennis J. Regan, far left, partner of BlumShapiro, Michael Niedermeier, second from right, partner-in-charge of BlumShapiro’s Southern Connecticut office, and Tom DeVitto, far right, chief marketing officer of BlumShapiro.
Columbus House serves people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
“BlumShapiro’s donation reflects our personal commitment to the success of activities and organizations like Columbus House that make our state a better place to live,” said Niedermeier in the statement.
Photo courtesy of BlumShapiro
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