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New York firm sponsors toy outing for ill children

By Danielle Lee
June 5, 2013

New York accounting and consulting firm Rosen Seymour Shapss Martin & Company recently sponsored a Build-A-Bear Workshop event for seriously ill children of the Starlight Children’s Foundation NY*NJ*CT.

The event, part of Starlight’s great Escapes program to connect sick children with those undergoing similar challenges, also brought some firm employees and their families out to support and help raise money for the foundation.

Siblings and parents of the children also attended the New York City outing, one of several offered through Great Escapes to help seriously ill children have normal childhood experiences.



From L to R, RSSM employees David Ostrow, Pam Weinberg, Steve Bibas; Elaine Siver of Starlight Children's Foundation NY*NJ*CT; and RSSM's Marvin Ellin, Alisa Morris and Neil Sonenberg.



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