Lifetime Brands' Dan Siegel Honored With Humanitarian Award
Friday November 2nd, 2012 - 10:16AM
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Dan Siegel, executive vice president of Lifetime Brands, Inc., has been selected to receive the individual Harry Chapin Humanitarian Award from Long Island Cares, Inc. Siegel will be honored at The Harry Chapin Humanitarian Awards Dinner, which will be held on Wednesday, November 7, 2012, at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury, New York.
“I am honored to be recognized by Long Island Cares for supporting the Harry Chapin Food Bank and its network of member agencies,” said Siegel. “Long Island Cares is a fantastic organization that helps Long Island families in need. I am proud that I can help out personally, and that Lifetime Brands is playing a role in helping to support their efforts,” Siegel continued.
According to Paule Pachter, executive director of Long Island Cares, Inc., “Lifetime Brands is an important partner joining our food bank in the fight against hunger on Long Island. Their ongoing generosity, and the support and leadership of Dan Siegel, illustrates how significant the corporate community is towards successfully addressing hunger in our communities. Dan is active in community affairs and has been recognized over many years for his good works. He represents the best of what it means to be a success - in his strong and individual commitment to business and community responsibility and in his generous hands-on participation in helping others. We are very pleased to honor Dan with the individual Harry Chapin Humanitarian Award.”
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