After a morning of presentations at Clark Schaefer Hackett’s annual company-wide meeting, employees took time to participate in “CAN-opoly” – a team-building activity that resulted in the donation of approximately 6,000 canned goods to organizations in the areas where the firm has offices, specifically:
- Cincinnati – Freestore Foodbank
- Columbus – Salvation Army & St. Vincent DePaul (St. Joan of Arc Chapter)
- Miami Valley – Shared Harvest (servicing the Middletown area)
- Springfield – Second Harvest Food bank and St. Vincent’s Food Pantry
- Toledo – Downtown Toledo Foodbank
“An important part of our firm’s mission is bettering our communities,” said Kerry Roe, president of Clark Schaefer Hackett. “We make a point to dedicate a portion of our annual meeting to an activity that benefits others. We’re grateful that we could make a difference for people in the communities where we live and work.”
Clark Schaefer Hackett’s employees have also participated in more than 600 hours of volunteer activities this autumn, and each full-time employee is eligible to use 8 hours of volunteer time off per year to donate time to a charitable activity of their choice.
About Clark Schaefer Hackett
Founded in 1938, Clark Schaefer Hackett is a Top 100 CPA and advisory firm. Serving clients throughout the United States from six locations in Ohio and one in Northern Kentucky, CSH advisors offer expertise in audit and assurance, tax, and business consulting to a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, construction and real estate, healthcare, financial services, as well as government entities, higher education institutions and not-for-profit organizations. Our passion is delivering results through remarkable relationships. We offer all the sophisticated services you’d expect from a top-tier CPA firm — but it’s our service culture that sets us apart.