Thanks very much for all your contributions to the Loaves & Fishes Backpack Drive. Through your generous donations, we filled three boxes of supplies — the drive organizer was VERY appreciative. Maugel Architects also gave a monetary donation. The Loaves & Fishes organizers will use the money to balance out the donations they received over the summer.Read More
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Thank you very much for your donations to Boston Children’s Hospital and for supporting us on this year’s Walk. The day was beautiful and sunny, and we enjoyed the walk along the Esplanade lagoons and our favorite things: ducks, geese and the weeping willow trees.
We are so happy to have exceeded our goal of $1,700 and to have reached “Miracle Maker” status again for the 14th year! We couldn’t have done it without your generosity. Our deepest gratitude to you all for supporting this amazing institution in our own backyard that serves so many children and families in so many ways.
Maureen, Dave, Will & AndrewRead More
We are happy to be walking on June 12th for the Walk for Boston Children's Hospital. This is our 14th year supporting the fundraiser. It’s still hard to believe that the first year we walked my son Andrew was only 5 months old and had fully recovered from heart surgery. Andrew had the surgery when he was 3 days old to repair a congenital heart defect: transposition of the great arteries. We walk in support of the amazing cardiac department that detected, monitored, and repaired Andrew’s heart defect. We are forever grateful for the research and patient care at Boston Children’s Hospital. Andrew is now a healthy 13-year-old who loves baseball and riding his bike and has no physical restrictions.
Andrew and his brother, Will, in 2006
Andrew and Maureen at last year's walk
The Harvard Boy Scouts visited Maugel Architects to earn their Architecture Merit Badge. This was a great opportunity for Maugel to be involved with the youth of the community and expose them to the wonderful field of architecture.Read More
Dear Maugel friends,
Our son Andrew was born with a congenital heart defect. Andrew’s heart was “repaired” when he was three days old by an amazing team of cardiac surgeons at Boston Children’s Hospital. He was fortunate to need only one surgery, and he has had no physical restrictions since. At Andrew’s 4-month follow up visit with his cardiologist, we noticed advertisements for a brand new Walk for Boston Children’s Hospital (which was originally called Miles for Miracles) and we just knew we had to sign up.Read More