CDL Gives Back To Seven Charities During The Holidays

Beginning Nov. 17, CDL was a proud sponsor of the 12th Annual Festival of Trees and Lights to benefit Tykes and Teens. CDL's "Charlie Brown Christmas Tree" took home the title of "Fan Favorite" of all the trees on display. The tree included $1,000 of gift cards from local businesses in Martin County and was awarded to one lucky raffle winner. Tykes and Teens provides vital mental health services to young children and teens at a low- or no-cost to ensure the vitality of the child and the community.
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l. to r. – Rita Murray, Michele Schneider, Laura Clark

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, West Palm Beach

On Friday, November 22, Team CDL walked in support of Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Palm Beach/Treasure Coast Annual Light the Night Walk. The event was held at FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches. More than 20 employees, family members and friends joined CDL Team Captain Keith Pence to walk in support of LLS and their research efforts to find cures for blood cancer.

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Big Heart Brigade, Palm Beach Gardens

On Sunday, November 24, Team CDL participated in the Big Heart Brigade in Palm Beach Gardens. In its 26th year, the Big Heart Brigade prepares Thanksgiving meals for those in need during the holiday season. During the event, 17 CDL employees and family members were part of the “Bucket Brigade” washing hundreds of buckets used for the Thanksgiving meals.

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Meals On Wheels, West Palm Beach

On Tuesday, November 26, CDL broke its own record and sold 129 pies (19 more) for Meals on Wheel’s 2019 Pie It Forward Campaign. All 129 pumpkin, apple and pecan pies were delivered to CDL’s office in West Palm Beach and were distributed to CDL employees, clients and friends just in time for the Thanksgiving Holiday. In all, 3189 pies were sold and more than $77,000 was raised to help provide meals for homebound seniors in Palm Beach County.

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l. to r. – Stacey Horowitz, Chris Micolluci, Andrea Rossi, Anna Knox

Easter Seals, West Palm Beach

On Thursday, December 12, hundreds of toys, diapers, books and food pantry times were donated to Easter Seals Palm Beach County. For the last two years, Team CDL has made the holidays bright for children with disabilities by partnering with Easter Seals as it serves 1.4 million people nationwide. This year, Team CDL donated more than $1,500 worth of toys and food items to the non-profit organization.
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l. to r. – Anna Knox, Charlie Friedman, Caroline Sprague, Beverly Thomas, Laura Clark, Patricia Hudson

Elev8Hope, Stuart

On Friday, December 13, RinaMarie Shpiruk, Executive Director of Elev8Hope arrived at the lobby of CDL’s new Stuart office to collect holidays gifts for the local charity. CDL donated more than 100 holidays gifts and approximately $500 in gift cards for children who sometime do not receive as much during the Christmas season. Elev8Hope works closely with the Martin County School District and the Martin County Sheriff’s Office to identify and assist children and families who are in crisis, and need services not provided through other agencies.

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l. to r. – Tom Pence, RinaMarie Shpiruk, Nancy Margagliano, Patrick Mangan

Friends of Foster Children/Speak Up for Kids, West Palm Beach

On Saturday, December 14, CDL participated in the Sixth Annual Stan Klett Sr. Winterfest Carnival. More than 500 foster children and their families enjoyed an afternoon of holiday crafts, carnival rides and a visit and photos with Santa. Thirty CDL employees manned the sand art and other stations to help the children with a variety of hands-on, take home projects. Both Friends of Foster Children and Speak Up for Kids provide services to the more than 1,200 children who have been adjudicated to state care.
On Saturday, December 14, CDL participated in the Sixth Annual Stan Klett Sr. Winterfest Carnival. More than 500 foster children and their families enjoyed an afternoon of holiday crafts, carnival rides and a visit and photos with Santa. Thirty CDL employees manned the sand art and other stations to help the children with a variety of hands-on, take home projects. Both Friends of Foster Children and Speak Up for Kids provide services to the more than 1,200 children who have been adjudicated to state care.
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