BKC, CPAs, PC supported the United Way’s National Day of Caring by volunteering to organize school supply donations for the Tools4School campaign by United Way of Hunterdon County. To assist families, United Way of Hunterdon County created the Tools4School program, which provides students in need with the necessary basic school supplies so they are ready to learn and equipped to achieve greater educational success. In 2015, their Tools4School program assisted over 1,300 Hunterdon County students. This number includes children eligible for the free/reduced price school meals program and ALICE families that are living on the edge and in need of assistance to remain financially stable.
Mackenzie & Mike Holk (Shareholder at BKC, CPAs), enjoying some fun father/daughter time while painting donation collection boxes for United Way of Hunterdon’s Tools4School campaign.
(Pictured Left to Right) Diane Van Embden, Jaclyn Dill, Donna Harabedian, Nicole Mumme, Kelsey Butler, Teresa Meisner of BKC, CPA’s organizing donations for United Way of Hunterdon Tools4School 6/17
(Pictured Left to Right) Diane Van Embden, Donna Harabedian & Teresa Meisner of BKC, CPAs organizing donations for United Way of Hunterdon Tools4School 6/17
Elaina Dispensa (daughter of Jessica Dispensa of BKC, CPAs) learning early lessons about volunteering at United Way of Hunterdon
(Pictured Left to Right) Doug Hilgenberg & Craig Digennaro of BKC, CPAs moving boxes of donations for United Way of Hunterdon Tools4School 6/17
Ray Kowalik of BKC, CPAs creating donation boxes for United Way Tools4School
Craig Digennaro of BKC, CPAs creating donation boxes for United Way Tools4School