MSPC CPAs Raises $10,000 to Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation
As part of its 75th-anniversary celebration, MSPC Certified Public Accountants and Advisors has committed to supporting Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation as its charity of choice. The full-service accounting and consulting firm with offices in New York and New Jersey selected the organization after an in-depth process to identify an organization that aligned with their interest in helping children. Their involvement began with intense momentum in the form of a donation of $10,000. The contribution is a result of a fundraiser at their annual golf outing and anniversary dinner.
In addition to making a financial impact, the Firm had pledged to donate time. To launch this initiative, their staff participated in a team-building event where they made decorations for a luau-themed party. The luau is one of many events Children’s Specialized Hospital holds for their patients and their parents, proving a few moments of escape for families where fun is a rarity.
This activity was just one of the many events MSPC plans to participate in. Their internal community services committee, chaired by Virginia Spinelli, a Senior at the Firm, plans to volunteer throughout the year through MSPC-sponsored events and by offering support to the Hospital’s initiatives.
“We’re excited to work with an organization that offers so much to kids and their families when they are facing difficult times. Health issues are hard for anyone to deal with and, when it’s a child, it’s especially heartbreaking. What we have seen from Children’s Specialized Hospital is impressive, and we are proud to be able to support their mission”, notes MSPC Managing Partner, Jon Gagliardi.
“We are so grateful for the generosity of the employees at MSPC,” said Sara Mapes, Director of Sponsorships and Engagement at Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation. “Partnerships like this are crucial in aiding our Foundation in it’s mission to support services for children with complex physical and mental health needs.”