STAMFORD, Conn. – Stamford Dollars for Scholars, a nonprofit group that provides high school students with scholarships to fund higher education, has recruited a leader in the business industry for its board of directors.
Bruce T. Moore, the CEO of Eastern Land Management, has joined the organization’s board of directors.
Eastern Land Management serves businesses throughout Connecticut and the New York metropolitan area with integrated exterior site management services.
“I am honored to join the Stamford Dollars for Scholars board and work with this team,” Moore said in a press release. “As the owner of a local business, I am pleased with this opportunity to be actively involved on the board of Stamford Dollars for Scholars as a way for me to give back to the community which has provided success for my family.”
Moore is a former president of the Umbrella Club of Fairfield County, an organization that helps children and families in need.
“Bruce is a great addition to the board,” said Stamford Dollars for Scholars Co-President Tony D’Amelio in a press release. “He has been a strong supporter of our work since the moment we were formed and has sponsored scholarships since 2012. His business and leadership experience will be invaluable to Stamford Dollars for Scholars.”
Founded in 2011, Stamford Dollars for Scholars has awarded 32 scholarships with a value of $160,000 in two years, according to the organization’s website. The Stamford group is one of more than 1,000 affiliates throughout the country.
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