WEST HARTFORD, CT -- In light of the unprecedented COVID-19 public health crisis, blumshapiro, the largest regional business advisory firm in New England, is giving back to the communities it serves by donating a total of $24,000 to non-profit organizations operating in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Through the blumshapiro Foundation, the firm donated $8,000 each to Foodshare, Inc., the Rhode Island Community Food Bank and the Greater Boston Food Bank. “Especially in uncertain times like these, we believe we have a responsibility to assist our communities. We are proud to support these three organizations, and we applaud their collective efforts day in and day out to make a real difference in the lives of our friends and neighbors,” said Joseph A. Kask, Chief Executive Officer of blumshapiro.
These three donations are part of blumshapiro’s long-term commitment to investing in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. blumshapiro partners and staff serve as board members or other leadership positions at more than 150 non-profit organizations serving the region. Over the last three years, the blumshapiro Foundation has disbursed nearly $300,000.
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blumshapiro is the largest regional business advisory firm based in New England, with offices in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Virginia. The firm, with a team of over 500, offers a diversity of services, which include auditing, accounting, tax and business advisory services. blum serves a wide range of privately held companies, government and non-profit organizations and provides non-audit services for publicly traded companies.