Stamford Consulting Firm Donates Gifts To Kids In Need

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Rosa Torcasio, Human Resources administrator of 
CBP, and Chris Peck, chief executive officer of 
CBP, stand with the gifts their firm bought for children in need.
Rosa Torcasio, Human Resources administrator of CBP, and Chris Peck, chief executive officer of CBP, stand with the gifts their firm bought for children in need. Photo Credit: Contributed

STAMFORD, Conn. — More than 40 kids in the Stamford area will be opening up gifts this Christmas thanks to CBP’s donation to Inspirica’s holiday toy drive.

CBP, is a health-care consulting firm based in Stamford with satellite offices in Fairfield and New York.

Inspirica is based in Stamford and helps single women in need, people with HIV/AIDS, mental illness, and substance abuse issues in Fairfield County.

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