Meeting Street has been helping children and families grow and thrive since 1946. As a national leader in childhood development, education, research, and training, the expert staff at Meeting Street provides individualized attention to children of all ages. At their Providence and North Dartmouth campuses, they have created an environment where individuals of all abilities can play, learn, work and live together.
This Saturday, January 28th, they are holding their 41st Annual Meeting Street Telethon. Mike has been an annual sponsor of this incredible fundraising event for years and he is excited to once again help Meeting Street set a new fundraising record. He is blessed to have this opportunity to raise money that will directly benefit so many Rhode Island and Massachusetts children and their families.
Mike and his wonderful staff at the Bottaro Law Firm, LLC not only participate on the phone lines alongside other local business leaders from Cardi’s, Gilbane, Dunkin Donuts and a host of others, but he is going to donate an additional $1 for every new Like that he receives on Facebook. Please join Mike in supporting this incredible organization and visit his Facebook page now to Like it. And visit Meeting Street’s website to contribute directly.
Meeting Street serves over 4500 children and their families on their two campuses and over 80% of those children are under six years old. In Rhode Island, Meeting Street is the largest provider of Early Childhood Intervention programs. Without the wonderful contributions of so many people and so many businesses, Meeting Street could not help as many children as they do each and every day. Please help Mike raise even more money this year so we can all help even more children in 2017.
This Saturday night, WPRI 12 will be live at both the Providence and North Dartmouth campuses from 7 pm – 11 pm for a wonderful night of giving. Visit the Meeting Street Telethon page for more information and don’t forget to Like the Bottaro Firm Facebook page — every new Like and Mike donates an additional $1 to support the children of RI and MA.