PRLog - Feb. 21, 2013 - Princeton Properties was honored to receive the Corporate Housing Providers Association (CHPA) Tower of Excellence Award titled "Best Philanthropic Program" at this years' national CHPA event. The Philanthropic Program recognizes a company that had a project or program that provided the most assistance or benefit to the community.
CHPA -Tammy and Terry receive the award.
”“Princeton Properties won the Best Philanthropic Program for their contributions to many organizations. The Princeton team donates time and energy to cancer research, families in need and US veteran’s organizations. Through all these efforts, Princeton Properties provides a great example to all companies in our industry.” says Mary Ann Passi, CEO, CHPA.
Princeton's corporate office joined forces with a non-profit organization, Building Impact, over five years ago. Together, Building Impact and Princeton Properties identify local organizations with special needs. In fact, Princeton has been honored by Building Impact with their "Golden Impact" Award for outstanding charitable service. Princeton's local leasing and management offices also make wonderful philanthropic contributions such as working on drives to support our troops, sponsoring and participating in local cancer related events and coordinating donations for local families in need.
The Princeton team is proud of their efforts and honored to be recognized with this Tower of Excellence award. Our goal is to try to make the world a better place "one mile at a time", the slogan of the Pan Mass Challenge.