(WTNH) -- Firefighter Tim Andrew is running the Mt. Washington road race for a good cause.
Andrew has been a Naugatuck firefighter for 21 years. He has fun the famous Empire State building stair race 17 times for charity.
He's running the Mt. Washington road race on June 16th for a man who is paralized from the nose down, Bob Veillette.
A constant philanthropist, Andrews has also written three books and a dollar from each book sale is donated to St. Judes. When one of his movies showed at a local theatre, money was donated to a breast cancer organization.
If you would like to make a donation to help Bob, mail it to:
Naugatuck Savings Bank
Bob Veillette special needs trust fund
251 Church St
Naugatuck, Ct 06770
Learn more about Bob at www.bobveillette.com
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