The Merion hosts Legacy Foundation

The Legacy Foundation honored Frank Giordano, President and CEO of The Philly POPS and President and CEO of Atlantic Trailer Leasing Corporation.

On March 25, The Legacy Foundation honored Frank Giordano, President and CEO of The Philly POPS and President and CEO of Atlantic Trailer Leasing Corporation based in Tabernacle with its Legacy Award at The Merion in Cinnaminson.

The evening was the organization’s most successful annual Monte Carlo Night to date, marking the fifth year The Legacy Foundation has recognized a respected community leader for their philanthropic impact.

“Frank Giordano is an individual who is dedicated to many important causes and we are thrilled to have recognized him for his long history of community service and philanthropy,” Legacy CEO Roy Leitstein said.

Throughout Giordano’s career, supporting the community has been of paramount importance. In addition to his work for The Philly POPS, he has made a tremendous impact through his leadership and personal philanthropy in iconic Philadelphia-area and New Jersey institutions.

The Legacy Foundation raises awareness and funding for Legacy Treatment Services, a nonprofit behavioral health organization serving more than 15,000 people each year. Legacy Treatment Services operates over 50 programs across 14 New Jersey counties and throughout Delaware. Services include prevention programs, outpatient therapy and psychiatric services, substance abuse programs, emergency and crisis intervention services, therapeutic foster care, juvenile detention alternatives, residential programs, case management, developmental disability services, and a special education school.

Legacy Treatment Services programming aims to change the behavioral health and social service outcomes for people of all ages from surviving to thriving. To learn more about Legacy Treatment Services or The Legacy Foundation, please visit www.legacytreatment.org.