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CohnReznick employees participate in Community Outreach Day
Mario Beccone, left, and William Anderson help keep the landscape at The Maryland Zoo looking beautiful.

CohnReznick employees participate in Community Outreach Day

More than 150 employees from the Baltimore office of CohnReznick, the 10th largest accounting, tax and advisory firm in the United States, participated in the 8th Annual Community Outreach Day.

Employees volunteered at seven different sites across Baltimore. In addition to cleaning up trash along the banks of the Back River, creating masterpieces at Art with a Heart, and getting their hands dirty at Real Food Farm, volunteers helped out at Margaret Brent Elementary, the Maryland Zoo, Maryland New Directions and the Salvation Army of Central Maryland.

“We are very proud to continue the special tradition of Community Outreach Day. It’s become an annual opportunity for all of us at the Baltimore office of CohnReznick to serve the community in which we live and work,” said Mary Beth Norwood, co-managing partner of CohnReznick’s Baltimore office.

“We’re very fortunate to have a committed group of professionals who not only look forward to this day each year, but share this sense of service in the work they do for the Baltimore community every day.”

CohnReznick worked with Business Volunteers Unlimited Maryland to coordinate the day’s events and connect professionals to nonprofit organizations in need of volunteers.

Clockwise from left, Kory Herndon, Adam Arnold, Ryan Sheckler and Michael Manalac lend their creative talents to Art With a Heart's latest masterpiece in Hampden.

Clockwise from left, Kory Herndon, Adam Arnold, Ryan Sheckler and Michael Manalac lend their creative talents to Art With a Heart’s latest masterpiece in Hampden.

Anneke Gibson, left, and Jennifer Auman transport soil at the Real Food Farm in Baltimore City.

Anneke Gibson, left, and Jennifer Auman transport soil at the Real Food Farm in Baltimore City.

Alissa Long, left, and Sharone Fox work on a craft project with students at Margaret Brent Elementary/Middle School in Charles Village.

Alissa Long, left, and Sharone Fox work on a craft project with students at Margaret Brent Elementary/Middle School in Charles Village.

Aileen Farrell, left, and John Malek collect trash along the banks of the Back River in Baltimore County.

Aileen Farrell, left, and John Malek collect trash along the banks of the Back River in Baltimore County.

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