Emcor donates $10K to missing children organization
Top executives from the Emcor Group donated $10,000 to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children during the company’s 10th annual charity golf event in July at Pleasant Valley Country Club in Sutton, Massachusetts.
Phillip Megna, president of Emcor Services Northeast Inc.; Robert Gallagher, president and CEO of J.C. Higgins Corp.; and James Lane, senior vice president and general manager at Building Technology Engineers Inc. presented the check during the event.
“On behalf of Emcor Services Northeast, J.C. Higgins and BTE, we sincerely thank our clients for their support and extraordinary participation in the Emcor in greater Boston 10th annual charity golf event,” Megna said. “It’s due to their efforts and support that we’re able to make a $10,000 donation to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Emcor in greater Boston is proud for the longtime and continued involvement of our clients in this event, which, in turn, enables Emcor to provide critical funds for those who can’t help themselves: our children.”
Emcor’s national Taking KidSafety to the Street program was launched 11 years ago in partnership with NCMEC. Since the program was started, Emcor company officials said more than 405 missing children have been found. In total, the company has donated more than $2.9 million to the organization.