Developer Makes Highest Level Gift for Second Year in a Row
For the second year in a row, Phil M. Tartsinis, CEO of Professional Properties of Enfield, Inc. and AMF Property Management Corp., has been named a “Hero” in honor of his ongoing philanthropic support to CHR, a non-profit behavioral healthcare agency that provides hope and healing to people of all ages whose lives have been touched by mental illness, addictions, trauma and more.
As a supporter at the “Be a Hero” level for 2019, Professional Properties of Enfield and AMF Property Management Corp., will be the lead sponsors of CHR’s largest fundraising events, including a virtual 5K and celebration in May through June 1 and the annual Golf and Tennis Outing on September 23.
“We are so grateful to Phil for his friendship and longstanding support of CHR’s mission to help children, families and adults achieve recovery and lead happier, healthier lives,” said Heather M. Gates, President and CEO of CHR. “Philanthropic support from donors like Phil helps CHR add new and innovative programs to improve the lives of the individuals we serve throughout the region.”
CHR, the state’s most comprehensive non-profit behavioral healthcare agency, is looking for more heroes to support its many programs. To learn more, contact Maureen McGuire, Vice President of Business Development and Communications, at email@example.com.
About CHR: CHR is Connecticut’s most comprehensive, non-profit behavioral healthcare agency, offering a broad array of services for adults, children and families whose lives have been touched by mental illness, substance use, trauma and more. Founded in 1966, CHR has a vibrant outpatient network of services as well as intensive and specialized services to address complicated needs, including residential and community-based programs. Learn more at www.chrhealth.org.