All the Credit Suisse volunteers who generously gave of their time, energy and spirit at the picnic.
On Saturday, June 20th, the Credit Suisse Private Banking team hosted its 10th annual Softball and Picnic in Central Park for Family Center children and client families. Led by Tony O’Callaghan and Family Center Board member Lyle Monteserrato, enthusiastic Credit Suisse employee volunteers painted the faces of our youngest children, while the older children and teens joined in the softball game. Despite a slight drizzle throughout the day, everyone had a great time and went home with T-shirts, leftover sandwiches and happy memories.
Enjoy the photos below -taken by pro-bono photographer Hanan Ohayon.
Tony O’Callaghan flanked by his daughter Bonnie, who also serves on TFC’s Leadership Council, and his son LT
Softball supplies in the dugout
Softball was not the only sport enjoyed by volunteers and Family Center kids!
TFC Leadership Council members Bonnie O’Callaghan (second from left) with Credit Suisse volunteers
Our children were not the only ones getting their faces painted!
Volunteers taking a break from painting faces
Tafari with his Buddy Gordon, who is also a generous donor to TFC.
Lyle Monteserrato (second from right), who formerly served on TFC’s Board, with some fellow Credit Suisse employee volunteers
The view from the dugout
From left to right: our Executive Director Ivy Gamble Cobb, a Family Center grandmother and Director Development & Communications Aileen Parker
They day’s youngest volunteers gives his legs a rest