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Panelists: Teamwork key to companies giving back

STAMFORD — Creating a corporate culture of philanthropy and community service requires much more than sending out a memo or writing a policy. It requires building a grassroots movement.

The five executives who convened Tuesday at First County Bank’s Summer Street headquarters underscored those points during a panel discussion on philanthropic strategies organized by the Mark Lapine Endowment for Families in Business, a foundation that supports families in business in Fairfield County.

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It’s no question- #WaterIsLife! This month we are partnering with @wavesforwater to give clean water access to 2,000 families. W4W designed an amazing low cost, high quality bucket filtration system that is made with materials found in #Haiti. We are so grateful for their expertise and enthusiasm for improving water access in Haiti! ?? #hopeforhaiti #water #TeamHope Huge #ThankYou #MesiAnpil to @blackdogbeau for connecting us to @wavesforwater ?

It's no question #waterislife! this month we are partnering with @wavesforwater to give clean water access to 2,000 families. w4w designed an amazing low cost, high quality bucket filtration system that is made with materials found in #haiti. we are so grateful for their expertise and enthusiasm for improving water access in haiti! ?? #hopeforhaiti #water #teamhope huge #thankyou #mesianpil to @blackdogbeau for connecting us to @wavesforwater ?

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