Community service is foundational to CohnReznick’s purpose as a firm. Since our origins in 1919, our people have committed themselves to making a positive impact on the communities in which we live and work. Whether it’s supporting charities and causes in our local neighborhoods or participating in national charitable giving programs, our people are dedicated to giving back.
Coming together to support the causes we care about is a key facet of our culture and #LifeAtCohnReznick. CohnReznick CARES — our initiative dedicated to Community, Advocacy, Responsibility, Education, and Service – empowers team members from every level in our firm to get involved. From virtual fundraisers to in-person volunteerism, everyone has the opportunity to make a meaningful impact.
Local activities supporting diverse organizations
- American Cancer Society
- Bags of Hope
- Boys and Girls Club
- Fairfax County Park Authority
- Habitat for Humanity
- Home for Little Wanderers
- Interfaith Social Services
- Lost-n-Found Youth
- Miami Zoo
- Respond, Inc.
- Ronald McDonald House
- Special Olympics
- Susan G. Komen
- Volunteers of America: Operation Backpack
25 Impactful Ways to Pay It Forward with $25
Inspired by the movie about a boy who does good deeds and asks recipients to do good for others in return, CohnReznick created its Pay It Forward initiative. Every year, the firm gives employees $25 extra in their paychecks and asks that they use the money to make a difference in their communities. Risa Lavine, CohnReznick Chief of Staff, calls it an “act of kindness initiative that shows all levels of giving can make a meaningful impact.”
Corporate-level support through the CohnReznick Foundation
At the national level, CohnReznick hosts fundraising events through the CohnReznick Foundation. Established in 2000, the CohnReznick Foundation supports a variety of organizations each year. In 2022, The CohnReznick Foundation donated nearly $78,000 to 25 charities including UNICEF (Pakistan Aid), The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (Light the Night Walk), The National Center for Children and Families, Save the Children (Support for Ukraine), and the National Center for Community and Justice.