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Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman Community Service Demonstrates Local and International Impact

Nov 5, 2010

If October isn’t Community Service Month for everyone, it is for Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman. Last month, our firm participated in two projects, demonstrating that our commitment to making the world a better place isn’t just professional–it is personal:

  • Our employees participated in the Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk, resulting in a donation of $6,400 to the Lazarus Foundation 
  • Employees also spent a Saturday morning cleaning up and landscaping an area around the C&O Canal National Historical Park.

Earlier this year, the firm and individual employees also donated $4,000 to Lutheran World Relief, the American Jewish World Service, Action Against Hunger and Mercy Corps to support Haitian relief efforts after a devastating earthquake.

Visit the firm’s Service to the Community Involvement web page for information and images about the work we have accomplished over the years.

We have been very happy working with Jackie Cardello. She is very responsive and supportive, and totally understands our needs and the issues we face.

Steve Brice |  Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
National Industries for the Blind