Jessica Savage recognized by the Victor Chamber of Commerce
Jessica Savage, managing partner at Dixon Schwabl, was recently recognized as a finalist for the 2013 Women of Excellence Awards by the Victor Chamber of Commerce.
On March 14, more than 100 of Victor’s most successful women and their families gathered for the award ceremony at Ravenwood Golf Club in Victor.
The award honors the commitment, passion and vision of inspiring women in the Victor area. Jessica was a nominee for The Jikohnsaseh Award, an award recognizing the community’s proud Native American roots. The award is given to a woman who has reached an impressive level in her professional career and stands as a motivational role model for all women.
Congratulations, Jessica Savage, for being a nominee of this prestigious award!
Dixon Schwabl wins award from National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Dixon Schwabl was recently honored with the 2013 Group on the Move award for the agency’s work with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society of Upstate New York. In August 2012, Dixon Schwabl participated for the first time ever in “The Stand Against MS,” a fundraiser to raise awareness and funds for multiple sclerosis. Through weekly lemonade stands, virtual lemonade stands and donations, the agency was able to raise a total of $1,860 for the cause. A few employees from Dixon Schwabl were able to attend the March 15 On the Move Luncheon, where they accepted the honorable award on behalf of the entire agency. Special thanks to everyone who helped make this fundraiser a success!
Dixon Schwabl family and community support the Salvation Army
Thank you to the Rochester community for its support of the 2012 Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign! The community’s volunteer efforts and donations helped The Salvation Army of Greater Rochester not only meet, but surpass, its goal of $560,000 to raise $597,014! More than 8,000 people volunteered and rang bells during the campaign.
The Dixon Schwabl family served as the honorary chair for this year’s campaign. This is the first time a family has chaired the Red Kettle Campaign. The Dixon Schwabl family, both immediate and extended, joined to raise money and volunteer their time. More than 65 Dixon Schwabl employees volunteered more than 150 hours to ring the bell for The Salvation Army.
The success of the 2012 Red Kettle Campaign is due largely in part to the generosity of the entire Rochester community. Whether they rang a bell for an hour or donated a dollar, our community members served as angels to someone in need.