Rideshare Employee Receives 1st Annual Key Human Services Award

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Director of Sales Greg Levitz recognized for his creativity, compassion and commitment

In recognition of his commendable commitment to supporting the efforts of Key Human Services, Greg Levitz, Director of Sales for The Rideshare Company, is the proud recipient of the 1st Annual Key Human Services Award. A plaque, noting Levitz's "creativity, compassion, and commitment" to Key Human Services was awarded to Levitz during a dinner ceremony held at the Central Connecticut State University Ballroom on November 13.

"Greg really stood out as someone we are proud to have a relationship with," commented Greg Damato, Vice President of Community Living Arrangement for Keystone Human Services, the parent of Key Human Services. "His actions coincide with our values and our mission in supporting the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities, and his contributions are outstanding."

According to Damato, Key Human Services started working with The Rideshare Company about two years ago. The Rideshare Company assists the organization by making arrangements for enhanced transportation for residents who reside in the fifteen group homes, ranging from Waterbury to Waterford. "Greg has made it his business to meet the people we support, and understand their needs," remarked Damato. "He has a sense of budgetary situations, and is creative and innovative in terms of our organization being able to afford to meet the needs of the people we support. He has gone above and beyond what you would expect to take place in various situations, and really takes a thorough interest in our needs, and the communities' needs."

"The award came as a pleasant surprise for me," commented Levitz, who said he had no idea that the dinner he attended for the organization would entail him receiving such an honor. "(Key Human Services) are a great group of folks doing a great service. They are doing the right thing for the people. We at The Rideshare Company enjoy working with them very much."

About Key Human Services
With support from the Department of Developmental Services, the Department of Social Services and the Department of Children and Families of the State of Connecticut, Key Human Services represents Keystone's vision of community-based support programs in Connecticut. Established in 1989, Key provides a selection of services primarily to people with developmental disabilities, with supports such as group homes, supported living arrangements and early intervention programs.

For Key Human Services media enquiries, please contact Greg Damato, Vice President of Community Living Arrangement at 860.409.7350 ext. 127, or at gdamato(at)keystonehumanservices(dot)org.

About Rideshare
Established in 1980, The Rideshare Company is committed to improving the daily business commute for those who live and work in the Northeastern United States with innovative transportation solutions, Rideshare is able to meet its goal day after day, which is to make trips to work easier, less costly, more convenient, and environmentally friendly. Visit Rideshare on the Web at http://www.rideshare.com.

For The Rideshare Company media enquiries, please contact Nanci Fitzgerald, Vice President of Business Development at 800.842.2150 ext. 102 or at nfitzgerald(at)rideshare(dot)com.


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