Dasti & Staiger supports successful art auction to benefit homeless veterans by celebrating the works of John M. DiCesare.

Forked River, NJ – Dasti & Staiger, a leading law firm in Ocean County, proudly supported the recent art auction to benefit homeless veterans. The heartfelt event was dedicated to honoring the legacy of local Marine veteran John M. DiCesare.

The auction, recently held at the Lacey Township Community Center in Forked River on April 12th, showcased an exclusive collection of original masterpieces by John M. DiCesare. Attendees had the unique opportunity to acquire these profound artworks, which serve as a testament to DiCesare’s resilience and creativity in coping with the effects of PTSD.

“We were proud to support for this meaningful event,” said Christopher J. Dasti, Managing Partner at Dasti & Staiger. “The community and firm honor the memory of John M. DiCesare and also well-being of our local veterans in need.”

All proceeds will be used to support the Mt. Zion veteran housing mission – the only transitional housing mission for homeless veterans in Ocean County, providing crucial support to those who have bravely served our nation.

In collaboration with Vetwork, an organization dedicated to assisting veterans, this event underscores the importance of addressing the issue of homelessness among veterans in our community. With over 500 documented homeless individuals in local communities, the need for stable housing and support services remains urgent.

“Together, we can made a tangible difference in the lives of our veterans, honoring the legacy of John M. DiCesare in a meaningful and impactful way,” added Dasti.

For more information about Dasti & Staiger and their commitment to community involvement, please visit their website at https://www.dastilaw.com.

About Dasti & Staiger, P.C.
Dasti & Staiger, P.C. was founded in July 2018. Based in Ocean County, the firm provides legal representation throughout the state. To learn more, visit https://www.dastilaw.com.

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