As an anniversary celebration, employees from the Warwick-based CPA and financial services firm, DiSanto, Priest & Co., spent a day donating their services to the imPossible Dream.
The firm with 50 years of service recognized the merger of its two founding firms: Finkel, DiSanto, Forsythe, Sciuto & Martin, Incorporated and Priest, Kortick, DeMerchant & Brough, Ltd.
To commemorate the milestone and in collaboration with the firm’s charitable giving arm, Bentley Foundation, employees spent Oct. 25 helping close the imPossible Dream Park and Playground in Warwick for the autumn and winter seasons. “This charity is a very special one for the Foundation,” said Lori Conaty, director of Bentley Foundation. “This is our second year volunteering our time. After our first visit, we were so moved by their mission and those they serve, that we decided unanimously to become a monthly financial donor as well.”
Celebrating its own 30-year anniversary, the imPossible Dream is committed to enriching the lives of Rhode Island’s chronically-ill children and maintaining as well as expanding a “special playground” for the enjoyment of all children, regardless of their physical abilities. More information can be found at www.impossibledreaminc.org.
“We’re very excited about the opportunity to have Impossible Dream’s name paired with DiSanto Priest and Bentley Foundation, especially since we are celebrating an anniversary as well,” said imPossible Dream Executive Director Diane Penza.