The Philadelphia law firm Spector Gadon & Rosen, through the efforts of attorney Stanley P. Jaskiewicz, a member of Corpus Christi Parish in Lansdale, donated several cases of travel mugs to St. John’s Hospice for use by the men served there.
The Center City Philadelphia ministry to homeless men run by Catholic Social Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia helps men find dignity, respect and opportunities for a new beginning beyond homelessness. (Learn more about St. John’s Hospice here.)
The firm also donated mugs to other nonprofits including Manna on Main Street (where Jaskiewicz served as a board member for many years), Corpus Christi Parish and St. Joseph’s Preparatory School.
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