CohnReznick and the CohnReznick Foundation donated a total of $150,000 to two charities via the CohnReznick Foundation’s 28th Annual Golf Invitational, held on September 3, 2019, at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Donations were provided to the Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation and the Special Operations Warrior Foundation. SOWF provides college scholarships, financial aid and educational support to the children of fallen Special Operations personnel, and the Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation is devoted to ending domestic violence. The CohnReznick Foundation has donated over $2 million to these two charities over the last 10 years.

Capital One Commercial Banking served as this year’s presenting sponsor of the outing, which hosted more than 100 golfers and guests. Quattuor Capital Partners of Raymond James also provided major funding for the event.

“It’s our privilege to host this event each year and, with the fantastic support of our clients and friends in the business community, give back to these worthwhile causes and the thousands of young people that benefit from their hard work,” stated CohnReznick CEO Frank Longobardi.
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EY, in collaboration with Girls Who Code, hosted a graduation celebration for Girls Who Code's Seattle-based Summer Immersion Program, during which young women, high school juniors and seniors learn a range of technology skills like mobile app development, robotics and web design. This year’s program welcomed 40 girls to workshops in Miami and Seattle.

“We’re proud to be a part of the Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program for the second year,” said Hank Prybylski, EY Americas vice chair of advisory services. “This program is empowering our next generation of technology leaders by exposing young women to the world of IT and equipping them with essential skills such as mobile app development, robotics and web design. Through this initiative, we are proactively working to close today’s gender gap in the technology industry. We happily recognize and celebrate these 40 young women who have spent seven weeks during their summer break learning STEM skills. We believe that these girls will be our future CEOs, CTOs, startup founders, engineers and leaders of our nation, and we’re thrilled to be part of their journey.”
The Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, office of Fulcrum Partners is supporting the efforts of two nonprofit organizations in the Jacksonville area.

The office will be supporting the 5 Star Veterans Center, an agency that assists veterans in need, and Daniel Kids, an organization that serves children in need and at-risk teens. Support from Fulcrum Partners has already exceeded $20,000 in donations for 2019.

“Fulcrum Partners is proud to help these agencies in even a small way and contribute to the important work they do. As a company, we are committed to giving back," stated co-founder and managing director Bruce Brownell. "I’ve heard it said that what we do for ourselves dies with us, but what we do for others lives on. That sounds about right to me.”