Through our annual firm community service projects and our employees’ commitment to their own individual volunteerism, we are committed to bettering the Baltimore and Fairfax communities where we live and work.
“It’s fitting that we commit ourselves to community service,” said David Goldner, Gross Mendelsohn’s managing partner. “The business community has supported the firm since 1960. It’s only appropriate that we give back, and we can do that by offering a generous amount of volunteerism to organizations that are making a difference.”
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 are dedicated to giving back.
2015: sponsored and ran in the National Family Resiliency Center‘s (NFRC) 5K Run, 1 Mile Walk and Family Fun Day; community service days at Maryland SPCA and Maryland Food Bank; and volunteered to package meals for Stop Hunger Now
2013: community service days at SPCA and Maryland Food Bank
2012: community service days at Living Classrooms and Maryland Food Bank, and mentored students with an interest in the accounting field during our Academy of Finance Job Shadowing Program
2011: community service days at Paul’s Place and the SPCA, and celebrated the firm’s 50th anniversary year in 2010 by coming together to support Parks & People and Maryland Food Bank
Check out photos from the firm’s community service projects.