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BlumShapiro dons jeans for autism research

May 1, 2012

Employees in the West Hartford and Shelton, Conn., offices of Northeast accounting, tax and business consulting firm BlumShapiro, raised $2,210 through their Jeans for Charity program for the Connecticut Autism Spectrum Resource Center.

Staff dressed down from July to December 2011 to raise funds for the organization, which provides research and information to parents and professionals about the challenges that people with autism spectrum disorders face.










BlumShapiro presents the $2,210 check to the Connecticut Autism Spectrum Resource Center. From left, BlumShapiro's Paul Soler, accounting & auditing manager; Nancy Freiler, tax senior; Amy Sorensen, senior administrative assistant; Lois Rosenwald, ARSC's executive director; and Teri Pough, BlumShapiro's human resource associate.

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