Team Building and Charity Go Hand-in-Hand at Biddle

Biddle’s EEO Team participated in Folsom’s Day of Service for its quarterly team-building activity. Activities included a friendly Jenga competition and collection of canned foods for donation.

The Twin Lakes Food Bank has 49 drop off centers in the area and they cater to families/individuals/elderly people in need. Food distribution carts are set up at the church across from their center on weekends, and they deliver food to elderly people’s homes/institutions regularly.

BCG's EVP Patrick Nooren competing in the Jenga challenge
BCG’s EVP Patrick Nooren competing in the Jenga challenge
BCG's QC Team in front of the Twin Lakes Foodbank
BCG’s QC team, (L to R): Elizabeth Vang, Oscar Martinez, Sahana Sarkar, and Rose Ramos

KNCH/PKS Kids Charity Golf Tournament

Biddle is extremely excited to partner with KNCH Law to support the 2015 KNCH Charity Golf Tournament.

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Each year, KNCH Law supports an under-represented charity  by sponsoring a golf tournament, with all proceeds going to the charity. This year, Biddle Consulting Group and KNCH are partnering to support PKSkids.net. PKS Kids is a non-profit organization aimed at helping all people affected by Pallister-Killian Syndrome. The primary purpose of the charity is to ensure that all families affected by PKS have access to the latest information related to the genetic disorder, as well as to parents and other loved ones for support and information sharing. Each year PKS Kids holds a conference where researchers, doctors, parents, and those afflicted can attend, with much of the charitable donations being used to ensure that all people affected by the disorder have the ability to attend, regardless of their own personal financial situation. Their mission statement is, “To promote research, provide education, and raise awareness within the medical community in order to ensure early diagnoses of children with Pallister-Killian Syndrome (PKS). To provide resources and support to families, therapists and caregivers of children with PKS.”

If you would like to find out more, or to support this charity, please visit www.pkskids.net.