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Vertical Bridge donates to Shaun O'Hara Foundation to benefit Cystic Fibrosis research

Shaun O’Hara, the Superbowl winning retired Center of the New York Giants, received a check from Vertical Bridge for his charity benefitting Cystic Fibrosis.
The generous donation was presented to Shaun in Boca Raton by the Senior Management of Vertical Bridge. The company owns, manages and operates a portfolio of both broadband and broadcast towers. They are the largest owner of broadcast towers and the largest private owner and manager of broadband towers in the US. They are committed to providing an efficient and seamless leasing process from their headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida.

Pictured from left to right Jim Ruh, Executive Director of the Shaun O’Hara Foundation; Alex Gellman, CEO of Vertical Bridge; Shaun O’Hara, Superbowl Champion and Bernard Borghei, Executive Vice President of Vertical Bridge.

The Shaun O’Hara Foundation was created to help increase knowledge and education. Their focus is medical research for Cystic Fibrosis as well as to support educational initiatives, including scholarships and grants. The 2018 fundraiser will be held on May 23. For further information please go to https://www.shaunoharafoundation.org/
Vertical Bridges sets aside one million dollars per year for charitable purposes and this donation was made from that fund.
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The Shaun O’ Hara foundation is a non-profit foundation with the primary mission of Helping to Increase Knowledge and Education of life-threatening diseases, with a particular focus on supporting research and awareness for Cystic Fibrosis.
Since its inception, The Shaun O’Hara Foundation has contributed nearly $800,000 to non-profit organizations which fund research, care and awareness for life-threatening diseases for which there are minimal financial resources available and to other health and education initiatives, including endowed scholarship programs.
 

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