EMCOR charity golf event raises funds for missing children

EMCOR charity golf event raises funds for missing children

BOSTON, MA – Phillip Megna, President, EMCOR Services Northeast; Robert Gallagher, President and CEO, J.C. Higgins; and James Lane, Regional VP & General Manager of BTE, recently presented a $10,000 check to be donated to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) during ceremonies at the EMCOR In Greater Boston 4th Annual Golf Invitational held Monday, July 25th at Pleasant Valley Country Club in Sutton, Massachusetts.

Leading mechanical services, mechanical, and facilities services contractors in the Greater Boston area, respectively, EMCOR Services Northeast, J.C. Higgins, and Building Technology Engineers, Inc. (BTE) are subsidiaries of EMCOR Group, Inc. (NYSE: EME), a Fortune 500 leader in mechanical and electrical construction, energy infrastructure and facilities services for a diverse range of businesses.

“The participation of our clients in the ‘EMCOR In Greater Boston Golf Invitational’ event has been exceptional, and EMCOR is proud to make a $10,000 donation to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children”, stated Phillip Megna. “EMCOR In Greater Boston is proud and thankful for the longtime and continued support of our clients which, in turn, has enabled us to provide critical funds for those who can’t help themselves---our children.”

EMCOR’s national “Taking KidSafety To The Street” program was launched 6 years ago in partnership with NCMEC and other partners in the UK and Canada. Since that time, EMCOR has helped recover 220 children in the U.S., including children missing in the Greater Boston area, as well as several in Canada and the UK. Including this donation, EMCOR has donated over $950,000 to NCMEC.

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