Special Thanks to Michael Mortorano
We at givinghand.org would like to thank Michael Mortorano for donating an undisclosed generous donation to our various charities.
About Michael Mortorano
Michael Mortorano is the President of Mortorano Enterprises and KMA (Kessler and Mortorano Associates, Ltd) in New Jersey. Mr. Mortorano is also a proud member of the New Jersey Honor Legion is www.njhl.com, International Warehouse Logistics Association IWLA.com, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals CSCMP.org, and Warehousing Education and Research Council WERC.org
Michael Mortorano has also contributed great time to help fundrasing for St. Joseph's School for the Blind for blind children in Jersey City New Jersey.
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