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. 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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