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Community Outreach is an integral part of the EEPB business culture. In fact, the firm and its team members are avid participants in activities that serve the individual needs of the communities in which the firm operates. EEPB has long understood that we cannot be strong and successful if we do not support the neighborhoods and communities where we do business. Supporting our communities allows the firm to better meet our customers' financial needs and helps us to achieve our goal to be one of Houston's best CPA firms.

Race for the Cure

Each year, EEPB builds a team to participate in the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. The team consists of clients, EEPB employees and their spouses, as well as partners of the firm, such as vendors and referral sources. The firm sets a fundraising goal for the team, with the hopes of increasing the donation to the Komen Foundation annually.


EEPB Beanie Counters

EEPB and its employees have a goal to knit and crochet 100 beanies and scarves for the Star of Hope and the men, women, and children they serve.  Click here to Download more details.


Goodwill Houston

EEPB is an active member of Goodwill Houston, with Steve Parkhill participating as a member of the business advisory board. The mission of Goodwill is to provide education, training, and job opportunities to people with disabilities and other barriers to employment.  They also strive to improve the lives of individuals, families and the community. 

Read more about Goodwill Hoston by clicking here.

The High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (HSPVA)

EEPB gladly supports the HSPVA through active involvement by Bo and Jean Brackendorff.  HSPVA develops concentrated curriculums for gifted young artists that need highly specialized training, and helps young artists build their talents to become professionals in the art industry.

To read more about HSPVA please click here.

Career and Recovery Resources, Inc.

EEPB supports Career and Recovery Resources thru the participation of Courtney Blackburn.  Courtney has been a member of the board of directors for many years in a leadership role. Career and Recovery Resources, Inc., (CRR) is a nonprofit, multi-service, United Way of Greater Houston agency established in 1945 with the mission of helping people identify and overcome barriers to employment.

For more on the Career and Recovery Resources, please click here.