Community Outreach is an integral part of the EEPB, P.C. 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.
Hugs for Hope
Approximately 15 EEPB team members donate money, yarn, crocheting, knitting or just plain encouragement for the firm's Hugs for Hope Winter Scarf Project benefiting the Star of Hope Mission. The goal for 2010 is to knit 200 scarves for delivery to the homeless shelter by the holiday season, just in time for cold weather.
Houston Food Bank
Every holiday season, EEPB team members donate a day of their time to assisting the Houston Food Bank with everything from warehousing food,, and food service. In the past, 10-20 EEPBers have participated in this worthwhile cause. The goal for 2010 - the third annual volunteer event - is 30 staff members.
The EEPB Softball sluggers are off to a strong start in 2011. On Monday, May 16, the Beancounters routed Fitts Roberts & Co. 18-0 and Malone Bailey LLP 16-1. For the week of May 23, the Beancouncers lost to Gainer Donnelly & Desroches 17-6, but rallied back nicely to beat BDO 13-1. On June 13, the team clobbered Linn Thurber 20-3 and Briggs & Veselka 14-4. Everyone hit great and played awesome “D”. Stay tuned for more updates as the season progresses.
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