Travelsavers Receives Corporate Award

Mental health organization honors Travelsavers for its voluntary contributions By: Valerie Chen
From left: Rick Mazza, co-founder of Travelsavers; John Mans, president and CEO of CPC Behavioral Healthcare; and Spencer Gaines, co-founder of...
From left: Rick Mazza, co-founder of Travelsavers; John Mans, president and CEO of CPC Behavioral Healthcare; and Spencer Gaines, co-founder of Travelsavers // © 2014 Travelsavers

The Details

In recognition of its extensive charity work, Travelsavers received the Corporate Good Neighbor Award at Passport Around the World, an annual benefit dinner hosted by CPC Behavioral Healthcare (CPC) on July 18. The event took place at Navesink Country Club in Middletown, N.J.

Travelsavers has supported CPC, a mental health facility, for more than 30 years through gifts, volunteer activities and auction donations. Both Spencer Gaines and Rick Mazza, co-founders of Travelsavers, are advocates of giving back to the local community, with a special interest in working to aid children and families living with autism.

>