Westwood, New Jersey – The Westwood Knights of Columbus Council #2188 and Spectrum for Living both came out as winners as the 2022 Super Bowl came to a close on Sunday, February 6th.
“Over the years we have supported Spectrum with our shake the can program, hosting monthly canteens, and supplying food for their walk. I was absolutely delighted to fund Spectrum $6,000.00 from our Super Bowl Fund Drive. I tip my hat to all Spectrum employees for the good work they do.” shared Frank Mariconti, Grand Knight.
As beneficiaries of the Westwood Knights’ annual Super Bowl Pool & Party, Spectrum for Living was awarded a $6,000 donation to support their life-improving programs that serve adults living with developmental disabilities.
“We are thrilled to receive continuous support from the Westwood Knights of Columbus,” added Christopher Perry, President and CEO of Spectrum for Living. “Year after year, they find new and creative ways to support our mission through community dances, parties, and fundraising opportunities. This year’s Super Bowl Pool & Party allowed constituents a fun way to make an impact while supporting their communities – and football teams!”
If you are interested in partnering with Spectrum for Living through a monetary or in-kind donation please contact Elizabeth Boyajian, Director of Development at email@example.com.
About Spectrum for Living:
Founded in 1983, Spectrum for Living, a New Jersey 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, helps adults with developmental disabilities attain their maximum potential by providing quality housing and clinical services in state-of-the-art facilities and in the homes of families caring for a disabled loved one. To learn more, visit www.spectrumforliving.org and follow us on social media, including Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter @SpectrumforLiving
Photographed left to right: Ray Polomski, Treasurer, Knights of Columbus; Christopher Perry, President and CEO of Spectrum for Living; Joe Adou-Daoud, Deputy Grand Knight, Knights of Columbus; Frank Mariconti, Grant Knight Knights of Columbus; Steve Vahalla, Vice President of Operations at Spectrum for Living; and Stefanie Rendine, Development Coordinator at Spectrum for Living