GREATNESS IS NOT WHAT YOU HAVE. IT’S WHAT YOU GIVE.
The importance of giving back permeates Sandwire’s corporate culture. As CEO of The Sandwire Group, Adam sets the example and motivates the team. Not only is this good for the community, but it is also good for business. Many of Sandwire’s clients have come to work with the company, inspired by its generosity and community spirit.
Adam is a founding member of The Long Island Elite, an organization that raises awareness and funds for local charities via relationship-building among its members, predominantly white-collar professionals. This group and Adam strive to make a difference in our own backyard by bettering the community around us.
And now he is at it again. In 2004, Adam squared off against an opponent and boxed three rounds in the Long Island Fight for Charity, in which business professionals raise money for charity and enter the boxing ring in front of more than 1,500 friends and fans. After an amazing bout, he hung up my gloves and retired a champ.
But his passion to help others has called, once again. He has come out of retirement for this year’s Long Island Fight for Charity to be held on Monday, November 25 that the Long Island Hilton. This is all to raise much needed funds for several local organizations, including the LI Community Chest, Genesis School, the National Foundation for Human Potential (FREE), Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation and PinkTie.org.