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PCM raises more than $16K for OC United Way

The management company hosted fundraising campaigns to help those in need

by Samar KhouryPublished: December 06, 2012 10:35 AM

Lake Forest-based Professional Community Management, PCM, has raised more than $16,230 over the past several weeks for Orange County United Way.

"I’m honored to work with such truly caring employees," said Donny Disbro, CEO of PCM. "In today’s uncertain economic climate, every single one of us knows someone who is struggling to make ends meet. To be able to come together as a team and make a difference in the lives of our neighbors is incredibly gratifying.”

Since 1998, PCM has raised nearly half a million dollars for United Way through annual fundraisers, and earned more than $10,130 this year to help United Way improve the lives of Orange County residents.

“We’re grateful to partner with the employees of PCM in our effort to improve the lives of Orange County’s residents”, said Max Gardner, CEO of Orange County United Way. “Along with their generous financial contributions, the efforts of PCM employees help raise awareness about the critical needs of so many living on the edge of poverty throughout Orange County.”

PCM’s fundraising efforts also support Associa Cares, a nonprofit organization that assists families and communities recuperate after natural and man-made disasters.

“Many of our employees have seen first-hand the impacts of job losses and other financial difficulties in the communities they serve, as well as the tragedy that’s unfolded in the wake of Hurricane Sandy,” said Catherine Laster, a member of PCM’s fundraising team. “They are very motivated to make a difference in the lives of those who are suffering.”


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