2011-12-28 / Community

Electrical Contractors Give Gift to Family Services

Tony Cangianni, Diane Russo, and John Morrison display the extra large check representing a donation by local contractors to the nonprofit organization with offices on both sides of Putnam County.Photo Provided.Tony Cangianni, Diane Russo, and John Morrison display the extra large check representing a donation by local contractors to the nonprofit organization with offices on both sides of Putnam County.Photo Provided.Good things may come in small packages, but they also come in the form of giant checks. The Putnam County Electrical Contractors Association (PCECA) recently demonstrated this when they presented Putnam Family and Community Services, Inc. (PFCS) with an oversized check for $5,000 to directly benefit the non-profit’s mental health and chemical dependency services, particularly those for children and families.
 
Diane E. Russo, Executive Director of PFCS, accepted the donation at PCECA’s annual holiday dinner on December 13. “We greatly value the friendship PCECA has shown us over the past few years, and we are honored that they continue to support the agency with such generosity,” said Russo. “This gift will truly brighten the lives of so many of our neighbors who are affected by issues of mental health and addiction.”
 
In addition to recognizing PFCS’s dedication to serving the community, PCECA also honored one of their own members, Steve Palladino, for 25 years of service with the Contractors Association. PCECA President John Morrison congratulated both Russo and Palladino on their contributions.
 
For more information, visit www.PFCSinc.org.
 
 

 

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