Scalzo, Zogby & Wittig, Inc. Recognized for Their Support of Upstate Cerebral Palsy
Scalzo, Zogby & Wittig, Inc. was recently recognized at a plaque presentation at Upstate Cerebral Palsy for their long standing commitment to supporting the programs and services at the Upstate Caring Partners family of agencies. Both Stephen Zogby and Gary Scalzo were present to accept this recognition for their long-term commitment to the agency as well as to their commitment to serving the youngest of children supported through the Early Intervention Program. Scalzo and Zogby have helped the family of affiliate agencies grow from their earliest of years. Having significantly contributed to the construction of the Daniel Sprock Learning Center in Rome, which houses Tradewinds and Preschool programs, as well as to the Kelberman Center for autism services, their support of these literally groundbreaking endeavors to grow services to meet the demand for children to be served where they live, without having to travel out of town or out of state to receive services, is immeasurable.
Scalzo, Zogby & Wittig, Inc. has also made significant contributions to the children’s residential program with houses named for both the Scalzo and Zogby families on the Rome Campus. Their involvement with special events throughout the years such as the Bowl for Kids’ Sake and Women’s Golf Classic, and most notably as the major event sponsor of the Charity Golf Invitational for nearly two decades, which has raised over one million dollars for children’s services at the agency, demonstrates their commitment to this community and to children and adults of all abilities. Upstate Cerebral Palsy Inc. is a multi-faceted health and human services organization that provides a broad range of supports and programs for children and adults with special needs and their families. Upstate Cerebral Palsy Inc. supports people and create opportunities to fulfill life choices…one person at a time, through everyday miracles.
Pictured left to right: Jeremy Earl, Upstate Cerebral Palsy Senior Vice President of Education; Gary Scalzo, Scalzo, Zogby & Wittig, Inc. President; Stephen Zogby, Scalzo, Zogby & Wittig, Inc. Executive Vice President and Geno DeCondo, Upstate Cerebral Palsy Executive Director.