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Firm donates $10,000 to youth center.

George Comfort & Sons, a privately owned real estate investment and management firm, has donated $10,000 to Domus to establish a Career Center for youth and their families.

Peter Duncan, president and CEO of George Comfort & Sons, presented Michael Duggan, executive director of Domus with a check during a real estate broker reception held recently at High Ridge Park Corporate Center, Stamford, CT.

High Ridge was purchased by George Comfort & Sons, in partnership with Angelo Gordon's Core Plus Fund in 2003, the firm's first foray into the Connecticut market.

Domus, a non-profit organization that promotes positive youth development, has multiple sites in Stamford, CT. The Career Center, which will be located at the Chester Addison Community Center, 245 Selleck Street, Stamford, CT, will feature apprenticeship programs; skill development training; computer skill development; resume development; summer internships; and career/continuing education fairs. Mayor Dannel Malloy, a longtime supporter of Domus, participated in the check presentation.
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