Marcum LLP 2019 Day of Service – Marcum Associates Again Volunteer to Help Feed America
New York City, NY – Associates and partners in all U.S. offices of Marcum LLP will once again leave their laptops and calculators behind the day before Thanksgiving — November 27 this year — to help ensure those in need in Marcum communities have food for the holiday and beyond. All Marcum offices will be closed for business, a Firm tradition, so that Marcum staff can spend the day volunteering with local nonprofit organizations working to alleviate hunger.
The Marcum Day of Service is a paid Philanthropy Day for all Marcum staff. It is open to all Marcum affiliates in the U.S., including Marcum LLP, Marcum Financial Services, Marcum Wealth Management, Marcum Technology, Marcum Search, Marcum Staffing, and Marcum Bernstein and Pinchuk.
Approximately 46 nonprofits across the country (including several with programs in multiple regions) will participate.
Established in 2015, the Marcum Day of Service was conceived as a way to give Marcum associates the opportunity to come together in a collaborative activity on a single day to support the charitable mission of the Marcum Foundation, which supports nonprofit organizations in communities where the Firm has offices. The annual Day of Service theme is feeding America.
“The Marcum Day of Service has become a Firm-wide tradition that connects Marcum with our communities in a very literal way, while also allowing our people to connect with each other in a shared task that benefits the communities where we do business. It’s one of my favorite days of the year,” said Jeffrey M. Weiner, chairman & chief executive officer.
“Of the many programs and charitable activities undertaken by the Marcum Foundation throughout the year, our Day of Service is a true highlight for everyone,” said Shaun Blogg, Foundation chair and Marcum’s office managing partner in West Palm Beach, Florida.
About the Marcum Foundation
The Marcum Foundation supports local nonprofit organizations that provide critical assistance to those in need through programs and services delivered at the community level, in all Marcum regions. Funds are raised through events, collection drives, volunteer initiatives, and a planned giving program. Local charity beneficiaries are nominated by Marcum associates. For more information, including a current list of charity beneficiaries, visit www.marcumfoundation.org.