Top 100 firm Prager Metis has continued its partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association, donating over $120,000 in 2017 to the nonprofit.
Entering its second year of partnership, Prager Metis has a unique relationship to the nonprofit and its mission as co-managing partners Glenn Friedman and David Neste both lost fathers to the disease this past year.
“We knew from day one we wanted our firm to support a cause. The Alzheimer’s Association was a perfect fit and working with them has been an honor,” stated co-managing partner David Neste.
“Partnering with the Alzheimer’s Association has been incredible [with] our Prager Metis team members all coming together to bring us one step further to finding a cure to this disease. We look forward to what the future has in store,” said co-managing partner Glenn Friedman, per a statement.
Previous charitable endeavors by the firm benefiting the Alzheimer's Association included “The Longest Day” karaoke event last June, “Spin for a Cure,” and a Chess Exhibition. The firm also sent multiple teams this past fall to participate in the “Walk to End Alzheimer’s,” representing Manhattan, Long Island, Westchester, New Jersey, Los Angeles and Miami.
For more on Prager Metis, head to the firm's site here.
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