Honoring Jim Sullivan, President Humboldt Storage and Moving
| Saturday, October 24, 2015
Media ContactsMichele Kling (914-997-4613)
Black Ties for Babies
Boston, MA, October 24, 2015 —
Each year, at the March of Dimes annual gala, Black Ties for Babies, we present the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Humanitarian Award to notable Bostonians for their dedication to the March of Dimes. This year we are pleased to honor Jim Sullivan, for his longtime philanthropic support of the March of Dimes.
Jim Sullivan is President of Humboldt Storage and Moving, the oldest, most experienced Boston moving company in Massachusetts. Humboldt understands that moving is about more than just relocating your belongings from one place to another; it's about starting a new adventure. For Jim, the focus is on taking the stress out of the moving process for the thousands of families they move every year.
When Jim first became involved with the March of Dimes in 2007, the connection was natural, as he saw the stress involved when a baby is not born healthy. At the beginning, Humboldt served as our moving sponsor, shuttling supplies across Massachusetts for all of our events. Eight years later, Jim not only rallies Humboldt, his family and friends around the March of Dimes mission, he also serves on the Chapter Board, raising more than $30,000 annually, and continuously brings his innovative ideas and strategic thinking to our programs.
A father of 3 and loving husband, Jim passionately supports improving the health of moms and babies in Massachusetts.
To fund the mission in honor of Jim, please click here and fill in the information on the right of the page. Jim will be notified of your gift and your generosity will also be recognized at Black Ties for Babies.
About March of Dimes
March of Dimes leads the fight for the health of all moms and babies. We support research, lead programs and provide education and advocacy so that every baby can have the best possible start. Building on a successful 80-year legacy of impact and innovation, we empower every mom and every family.