Media Source: CityBizList, Long Island Business News
Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C. is proud to announce its support of Saint Anthony’s High School, through its contribution of a $10,000 grant. Saint Anthony’s High School (SAHS) is a Roman Catholic, Franciscan, college preparatory school, educating young men and women in its South Huntington, N.Y. campus.
“Saint Anthony’s is pleased to be partnering with an organization that prides itself for being “more than a law firm” since we at St. Anthony’s believe we are “more than a high school,”” said Don Corrao, Director of Development of SAHS. “The generous support from Meyer Suozzi will have a positive impact on our students and the entire Saint Anthony’s community.”
Lois Schlissel, Managing Attorney of Meyer Suozzi, expressed the firm’s “pride in partnering with the High School” and stated, “Meyer Suozzi looks forward to working with Saint Anthony’s and supporting its various activities and developing a new program for its students interested in studying law.”
“I am continually impressed with Saint Anthony’s support of its student body and am proud of my firm’s sponsorship of the school and its activities,” said Meyer Suozzi Shareholder and personal injury attorney, Michael Napolitano.
Charitable gifts from individuals and organizations, like Meyer Suozzi, have contributed to the school’s successful Threshold of Hope campaign. SAHS continues to make significant enhancements both programmatically, and with new facilities such as the Science Center, Student Center, and the Chapel, as well as continuing to build a future for its students with the help of generous pledges from community members, alumni and parents of students.