May 31, 2016
During the AIA National Convention in Philadelphia, AIA South Jersey President, Bruce D. Turner, AIA, was among a group of architects who helped deliver 136 gift boxes to patients at St. Christopher’s Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. Dubbed the Big Green Boxes of Cheer, the event was organized by Andersen Windows and Cheeriodicals, a national corporate team building company that conducts philanthropic events benefiting children’s hospitals, Ronald McDonald Houses, Veterans Hospitals and other charities across the country.
The gift boxes were assembled at the Andersen booth on the Expo Floor by the Andersen team, architects, and Cheeriodicals team members, and then delivered to the patients at St. Christopher’s Hospital. The boxes were made up of age-appropriate magazines and activity books, room decorations, puzzles, stickers and games for the children to enjoy.
By Bruce Turner AIA | Posted in AIA-NJ News, Architecture in NJ, Members & the Community, NJ Architect Newsletter | Tagged: AIA National Convention, AIA Philadelphia, AIA South Jersey, aiacon16, Andersen Windows, Barton Partners, Bernardon Architects, Bill Warwick AIA, Bruce D. Turner AIA, Bruce Turner, Cheeriodicals, Chelsea Ebling, Denise Thomson AIA, Erin Kelly AIA, Francis Cauffman, Gary Massenzio, Joe Bongartz AIA, Joel Pullman, Kate Ward AIA, Meyers Design, Pat Henry, St. Christopher's Hospital, Two Men and A Truck, Wes Tavera | Comments (0)
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