Earlier this week, Chapman attended Rosie’s Place’s Annual “Funny Women…Serious Business” luncheon, where more than 1,700 people gathered to support the organization’s mission of providing a sanctuary for poor and homeless women while raising funds for their education programs, housing programs, and other services.
Chapman first worked with Rosie’s Place more than 15 years ago when we replaced their aging dining space with a new, larger facility. It was a technically complex project that required substantial resources and great sensitivity, but it was also extremely rewarding. That project’s success was due in large part to the dedication of Executive Project Manager George Dyroff, who works with so many of our non-profit clients. George says that he feels “fortunate and proud to help places like Rosie’s Place, and offer them the guidance and protection they deserve to help reach their full potential.”
Chapman President John Hall feels similarly about our relationship with Rosie’s Place and the other local nonprofits that we support: “It’s an honor to be able to work with an organization like Rosie’s Place that does so much good for so many people. This work is vitally important to all of us at Chapman, and we’re lucky to have an experienced team that is so well-suited to executing these kinds of multi-faceted projects.”
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