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Diageo Supports Norwalk’s Person-to-Person

By November 3, 2013Connecticut, Top News
From left: P2P Board President Per Sekse, Mayor Richard A. Moccia, State Senator Bob Duff and Diageo executives Jon Pageler and Danielle Robinson. (PRNewsFoto/Diageo North America)

From left: P2P Board President Per Sekse, Mayor Richard A. Moccia, State Senator Bob Duff and Diageo executives Jon Pageler and Danielle Robinson. (PRNewsFoto/Diageo North America)

Diageo North America supported the major renovation of Person-to-Person’s new Norwalk facility in August. Larry Schwartz, President, Diageo North America said, “Employees at our North American headquarters are particularly proud to help Norwalk-area residents by working with exemplary organizations like Person-to-Person.” Diageo’s Community Activity and Relief Efforts employee volunteer group (C.A.R.E.s) took a hands-on approach to complete the month-long renovation which involved demolition, painting and rebuilding to make the facility more client-centered. Person-to-Person (P2P) responds to individuals and families who lack the basic necessities or resources to improve their lives.

 

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