Gross Mendelsohn gives back
The Baltimore business community has supported Gross Mendelsohn since 1960. It’s only appropriate that we give back to the community.
Our people in the community
The firm’s people support a wide variety of charitable organizations through volunteer work. They support the organizations that mean something to them personally. Whether it’s schools, boys and girls clubs, community centers, churches or synagogues, or youth sports programs, our people enjoy giving back to the communities in which we live, work and play.
Firm-sponsored community service projects
The firm recently started the tradition of taking on large-scale community service projects.
We kicked off 2012 with a day of community service at Living Classrooms Foundation, cleaning up the wetlands and planting flowers. We also helped out at Maryland Food Bank, assembling boxes for their Thanksgiving food delivery, and mentored students with an interest in the accounting field during our Academy of Finance Job Shadowing Program.
“It’s fitting that we commit ourselves to community service,” said David Goldner, Gross Mendelsohn’s managing partner. “The Baltimore community has supported the firm since 1960. It’s only appropriate that we give back to the community, and we can do that by offering a generous amount of volunteerism to organizations that are making a difference in Baltimore.”
Check out photos from the firm’s community service projects.