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New York’s real estate industry celebrates Thanksgiving with charitable acts

This Thanksgiving season, dozens of companies hosted, sponsored and participated in events aimed at making life a little easier for those less fortunate.

From 5K races to raise money for homeless teens to an annual gala to drum up funds to help families that are hampered by a child’s illness, the events raised thousands of dollars for worthy causes in the days leading up to Thanksgiving 2017.

Contributions came from both the construction sector and the financial leg of the real estate industry.

Jonathan Rose Companies, LLC celebrated the spirit of Thanksgiving by holding a company-wide community volunteer day.
Melinda Katz, Joseph M. Mattone, Sr., and Dean Michael A. Simons celebrate the launch of St. John’s Mattone Family Institute for Real Estate Law.
Lina Gottesman, president of Altus Metal, Marble and Wood, is surrounded by members of the record-breaking crowd of more than 6,000 survivors, patients and supporters who attended teh Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Long Island Chaper Light the Night Drive.
Stephen D. Ebinger, President of the CFMA Long Island Chapter and Partner in the Jericho, NY, office of CohnReznick LLP; Richard Felicetta, President of RJ Industries; Shila Shah-Gavnoudias, P.E., Commissioner of Nassau County Department of Public Works; Andrew Meyerson, CPA, CFO of Axis Construction; and Steven C. DeLuca, Vice President of People’s United Bank and President of Contractors For Kids.
Steve Polcer, Tracy Pincus, Frances Minondo, Melanie Swatkins, Laura Cross, Dave Casillo, Matt Palladino participated in the Mercy Center Ministries 5K Run/Walk for Homeless Teens at Smith Point County Park, which was sponsored by E.W. Howell Construction Group.

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