L-R, Mt. Zion Human Services Chairman of the Board Tom Hochhausler accepting a check from Robert Rubenstein, center, and Sen. Darryl Rouson
BY KARIN DAVIS-THOMPSON, Staff Writer
ST. PETERSBURG — Senator Darryl Rouson brought along some of his friends to church on First Sunday to Mt. Zion Progressive Missionary Baptist Church.
One such friend was Robert Rubenstein, founder of Rubenstein Law, a personal injury law firm headquartered in Miami. He presented a $5,000 check to the church’s human services initiative, whose goals are to help foster a healthy environment, strong economy and the well being of the people living in the community.
Mt. Zion Human Services strives to:
Help children achieve superior outcomes in the areas of education and academic preparedness through tutoring, as well as social, physical, and spiritual development
Aid parents and families in achieving family success, financial security and a basis of material, and spiritual wealth
Work alongside private investors and public stakeholders in creating a competitive and attractive landscape of commercial and housing development