For a second year, New England accounting and consulting firm BlumShapiro collected and distributed food to provide Thanksgiving meals for more than 2,000 families and seniors in New Haven, Conn.
Now let me ask you, how many “favorite standby” referral sources do you have in your network that produce a constant stream of high-quality referrals for you? Most accountants I know with don’t have more than a handful – and frankly it’s not enough.
While you can admit there are opportunities available to the profession to address the many challenges we face, I believe we all have an opportunity to be grateful for what we have now and to show gratitude to our employees.
New Jersey-based CPA firm WithumSmith+Brown recently coordinated two “jeans day” food drives to help local food banks in short supply.
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Employees of Florida CPA and business consulting firm Myers, Brettholtz & Company recently donated 157 pounds of turkeys to the Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida.
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KPMG recently announced a donation of 15,000 new books from PGA Tour champion Phil Mickelson in support of the Big Four’s “Reading Relay,” providing more than 130,000 new books to children in need.
Southern New Jersey CPA and management consulting firm Bowman & Company was recently honored by Rutgers University-Camden for its support of the Jeremy Kane Memorial Scholarship, as well as employing student veterans of the university.
The Philadelphia offices of PwC will be donating $200,000 to five area nonprofits, funded through grants from the PwC Charitable Foundation.
Tennessee accounting firm Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain’s LBMC Young Professional’s Program won the 2013 Leading Edge Alliance Young Professionals award at the International LEA conference in San Francisco.
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