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Withum Week of Caring Gets Employees Into Their Communities

Annual Withum Week of Caring Gets Employees out of the Office and into their Communities helping Local Charities

Withum, the top nationally ranked advisory, tax and assurance/accounting firm known for its social responsibility initiatives, recently dispatched team members from its offices to volunteer at local charitable organizations in the days leading into the holiday season. The annaul event, known as WannualWeek of Caring, is a company-wide volunteer initiative that benefits 50+ charitable organizations serving the neighborhoods in which the firm’s regional offices are located.

This is our favorite outreach event of the year because giving back to local charities is an important part of who we are at Withum. It never ceases to amaze me how the number of charitable organizations is able to expand each year. In its seventh year, Withum Week of Caring was once again a great success because of the many generous team members who made volunteering a priority and shared skills and talent that extended beyond their everyday professional responsibilities. Bill Hagaman Withum’s CEO and Managing Partner

During Withum Week of Caring, more than 700 team members from 10 offices spanning seven states provide over 2,500 volunteer hours. Efforts focus on supporting each group’s respective mission.

 

Team members from Withum’s offices fanned out throughout seven states during the week. Sites included; A Wider Circle, AccesSportAmerica, Bonnie Brae, Boys and Girls Club of Trenton, Broad Street Ministry, Buckingham Place, Christine’s Hope for Kids, Clean the World, Community Soup Kitchen and Outreach Center, Crisis Food Pantry, Cure Bowl, DC Area Food Bank, Embrace for Kids, Freedom Ride, Fulfill Food Bank, Good Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Holiday Express, HomeFront, Homeless Solutions, Hour Children, IEP Youth Services, Junior Achievement of NJ, Lunch Break, Meals on Wheels, Midland School, MillHill, Monmouth Day Care Center, New Community Corp, New Missions, NY/NJ Trail Conference, Raritan Bayshore Monmouth, Rescue Ridge Animal Shelter, Salvation Army, SAVE, Several Sources Women’s Shelter, SHARE Nourishing Community, Sixteenth Avenue Elementary School, Spectrum360, St. Francis House, St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center, The Arc of Somerset, The Manhattan Children’s Center, Trenton Rescue Mission Shelter, Urban Promise Thrift Store and Westhab Family Center.

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