Monday, June 10, 2013

BlumShapiro donates to Seymour Pink, Inc.

Pictured at a recent gift presentation to Seymour Pink, Inc. are from left, John Zinno, Office Managing Partner of BlumShapiro’s Shelton office; Mary Hoyt, Partner, BlumShapiro; Colleen Fries, Seymour Pink; Nancy Freiler, BlumShapiro; Sharon Joyce, Seymour Pink; Colleen Garofalo, Seymour Pink; Melissa Stanton, BlumShapiro; Mary Deming, President and Founder of Seymour Pink; Sarah Watson, BlumShapiro; Amy Sorensen, BlumShapiro; and Anne Glatt, BlumShapiro. / Contributed photo

SHELTON - Employees of BlumShapiro dress in jeans on Fridays to raise funds for the charity of their choice. 

The effort of BlumShapiro’s Jeans for Charity program provided a $3,000 donation to Seymour Pink, a community based, non-profit organization dedicated to funding breast cancer research, providing education and to empowering and assisting breast cancer victims and their families.  

This information is taken from a press release.

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