DC accounting firm closes office for community service day
SC&H Group, LLC - one of the fastest-growing accounting and consulting firms in the nation - will host their 2nd Annual Day of Service on Friday, June 27, 2008.
The SC&H Group offices in Sparks, MD and McLean, VA will be closing on this day so that all firm employees can work on various community improvement projects throughout the Baltimore and Washington, DC areas. The firm will be sending volunteers out to assist ten different organizations in their service efforts; these include organizations focused on animal rescue, environmental clean-up, and education.
"We understand that as business leaders, it is vital that we take an active role in the improvement of our community. By taking a day away from the office to focus on these efforts, we are showing our employees that we do more than pay lip service to corporate social responsibility," says Tom Stout, Managing Partner. "We are humbled and inspired by these organizations. Our firm is thrilled to have the chance to assist them in their missions."
SC&H Group participates in and sponsors numerous local philanthropic events, and many of its employees sit on the boards of leading non-profit organizations. Also, the firm gives generous donations to local charities each year under the direction of the employee-led SC&H Group Charitable Foundation.
About SC&H Group, LLC
SC&H Group, LLC is a CPA and management consulting firm serving a large client base from emerging businesses to the largest Fortune 500 companies. SC&H Group, LLC consists of specialized practices, each with dedicated professionals serving focused client needs. Specific services offered include: audit, tax compliance and consulting, state & local tax consulting, financial and internal control consulting (including Sarbanes- Oxley and IT audit services), mergers and acquisitions assistance, and business performance management solutions. SC&H Group has offices in Maryland, Georgia, and Virginia.
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