In honor of the firm’s 10th anniversary, Campolo, Middleton & McCormick has launched CMM Cares, a new volunteer initiative to benefit the community with donations of time, dollars, and support.
This year, CMM’s Jack Harrington, a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy Reserve, was recalled to active duty and will be deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Resolute Support. Harrington, an intelligence officer, will deploy this fall and is scheduled to return mid-2019. In honor of Harrington’s service, CMM has chosen to support veterans for the inaugural CMM Cares initiative on August 7.
CMM volunteers will help garden, plant, mulch, trim bushes, and build newly purchased outdoor patio sets at two homes on the South Shore of Long Island owned by United Veterans Beacon House, an organization that provides temporary and permanent residence for U.S. military veterans and their families. Teaming up with Gary Bercarich and Gary B. Home Improvements, CMM will also rebuild, sand, and paint the porches, giving residents a tranquil outdoor space to enjoy. The afternoon will culminate with a catered lunch for all volunteers, UVBH staff, and residents. Learn more about how you can support UVBH here.