KatzAbosch Around Town | August 2014

On June 26th, with the leadership of KatzAbosch Manager Tim Redmond, CPA, our Firm sponsored a Super Bowl-a-Thon fundraiser for Junior Achievement of Central Maryland. Pictured left are the KatzAbosch employees who participated in the event (left to right): Small Business Specialist Hope Gill, President and CEO Mark Cissell, CPA, Manager Bob Kollra, CPA, PFS, Manager Tim Redmond, CPA, Staff Accountant Casey Hansen, and Manager Amy Garlitz, CPA.

“On behalf of the entire Junior Achievement of Central Maryland organization and the students we serve I want to thank you for the time, dedication, and enthusiasm you dedicated to Katz Abosch’s Super Bowl-A-Thon to make it a success! Raising over nearly $500 is a wonderful accomplishment and is an important part of what is going to help make 2014 the best bowl-a-thon fundraising year we have ever had. It is the year after year support companies like yourselves that will allow us to continue to grow this event and in turn allow us to expand our programming throughout Central Maryland! The funds that you raised will allow us to bring JA programming to an additional 12 students! So, thank you, thank you thank you!” – Kim Denis, VP of Operations & Special Events, Junior Achievement of Central MD

Junior Achievement is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, who believes every child deserves an education in economics and finances in order to inspire and prepare them for success in a global economy. Their goal is to build young people’s capacity to spur economic development and contribute to America’s global competitiveness. Junior Achievement helps prepare young people for the real world by showing them how to generate and effectively manage wealth, how to create jobs which make their communities more robust, and how to apply entrepreneurial thinking to the workplace.

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