RK’s Hirsch recognized for charity work

By |  September 12, 2018
Hank Hirsch PHOTO: RK ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

PHOTO: RK ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

Hank Hirsch, president of Westwood, N.J.-based RK Environmental Services, will be honored by the Institutes of Applied Human Dynamics (IAHD) at the 2018 Richard P. Biondi Corporate Recognition Awards Breakfast on Friday, Oct. 26, 2018, for his work on behalf of the New York-based organization.

Joining Hirsch on the dais will be fellow honorees Jeff Nyikos, president, Leros Point to Point, and Donna Cascone, business manager, Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary at Marymount Convent.

For 30 years, IAHD hosts the Corporate Recognition Awards Breakfast to recognize individuals and corporations that have contributed to supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and other humanitarian causes.

“I am truly honored to be recognized by IAHD, and proudly support the valuable work it does every day to support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities,” says Hirsch, who serves on IAHD’s Leadership Committee. “IAHD gives families the tools to advocate for their loved ones and help them achieve quality living within our community.”

IAHD’s Corporate Awards breakfast includes a destination raffle, live auction and sponsorship to raise funds to continue the organization’s mission to provide a lifetime of person-centric, culturally sensitive, flexibly designed supports and services.

RK Environmental Services specializes in pest management and food safety consulting. The company services both regional and national accounts in the food industry, including food processing plants, retail food establishments, food distribution and other members of the food industry.

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