Philadelphia Business Journal Honors Furia Rubel at 2011 Corporate Philanthropy Summit with Three Awards
Furia Rubel (www.furiarubel.com), an integrated marketing and public relations agency, has been recognized by the Philadelphia Business Journal for the fourth year in a row as one of the region’s top philanthropic givers. On April 28, 2011, at the Corporate Philanthropy Summit presented by Wells Fargo, Furia Rubel was honored with three awards for service including a Top In-Kind Donor Award, a Top Volunteer Donor Award and a Top Community Impact Award.
Agency owner, Gina F. Rubel, Esq. said, “I was moved to tears by these awards because they truly reflect our social mission and culture of inclusion.” She said,
“Philanthropy, individual giving and social responsibility are among the core values of our agency and staff. That’s one of the things that makes us truly different and makes me most proud.”
Entering their 10th year of business in 2012, Furia Rubel encourages all staff to participate in worthy causes. The agency supports up to three pro bono clients annually. In 2009, Furia Rubel donated more than 1,000 hours of service, $2,826 in cash contributions and more than $250,000 in-kind to community and nonprofit organizations including Twilight Wish Foundation, MAMA Project, Women's Resource Center and Deep Run Mennonite Church East. The Philadelphia Business Journal has also named the agency one of the Philadelphia region’s top 25 public relations firms.
The Philadelphia Business Journal's Corporate Philanthropy Summit brings together the region's leading business and civic leaders to share insight about the work that makes the Philadelphia region a great place to work and live. The emcee was FOX 29 News AnchorLauren Cohn. A keynote was delivered by Gerry Lenfest, founder of Lenfest Communications, Inc., and co-founder of The Lenfest Foundation. The program also featured a moderated discussion by R. Andrew Swinney, president of The Philadelphia Foundation with John Doyle, founder of John & Kira's Chocolates; Richard Negrin, Esq., deputy mayor for administration and coordination for the city of Philadelphia; John Reininger, chief relationship officer of Hatfield Quality Meats, a Clemens family company; and Molly Watson, chief operating officer of Tierney.
Furia Rubel is a Bucks County women-owned certified marketing and public relations agency located in Doylestown, Pa. Led by President and CEO, Gina Rubel, Esq., the team consists of specialists who provide strategic planning, marketing, public relations, graphic design, websites, social media and media relations to a wide array of professional clients. The firm represents law firms, educational and religious organizations, financial service, accounting and tax providers, non-profits, pharmaceutical, manufacturing and elder care companies. For more information, visit www.furiarubel.com.