Massey Services Donates $25,000 to Local Bring Back Arts Programs

Massey Services Donates $25,000 to Local Bring Back Arts Programs

The Orlando-based firm announced the donation of $25,000 to OCA (Opportunity Community Ability) of Orlando.

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February 7, 2020

ORLANDO, Fla. — Massey Services is pleased to announce the donation of $25,000 to OCA (Opportunity Community Ability) of Orlando. 
 
The donation will bring back the organization’s weekly dance and music therapy classes along with covering the costs for the spring and summer theater week. It will also help support the productions at the Running Man Theatre and the musical theatre troupe. 
 
Additionally, part of the donation will be used to create a scholarship program which will offer financial aid to families who wish to participate in the summer theater week but cannot afford to do so. 
 
OCA’s mission is to enable individuals and families with autism or other disabilities the opportunity to maximize their abilities through functional, behavioral, social, recreational and vocational programs to live within the community. 
 
“We’re proud to support OCA and their dedication for providing experiences for individuals with special needs,” said Tony Massey, president of Massey Services. “We have always believed in supporting organizations that focus on arts and culture, education, human and health services and community service. We’re excited that this partnership will bring back OCA’s programs so they can once again teach arts in our community.”
 
Massey Services also sponsors Autism Speaks in Orlando and Tampa, Fla., Atlanta, GA., Charlotte, N.C., and Dallas and Austin, Texas. The company has been sponsoring Autism Speaks for 12 years.