500+ Ernst & Young Professionals Took a Day Off to Volunteer Throughout LA
On December 3, 2010, 500 Ernst & Young professionals – representing more than half of the firm’s Los Angeles office – fanned out across the county to volunteer at 18 different local organizations. Ranging from working with the animals at the Los Angeles Zoo to teaching kids at the California Science Center, EY employees donated their time and helped make a difference as part of EY Connect Day.
“Our people share a sense of purpose that starts with the work we do for our clients and extends into the communities in which we live. We’re proud that we are giving more than 2600 hours to great causes in Los Angeles,” said Amanda Massucci, partner in EY’s Fraud Investigation and Dispute Services practice.
The photo above was included in this week’s Los Angeles Business Journal L.A. Biz Seen section.
This entry was written by Ashton Uytengsu, posted on January 21, 2011 at 11:57 am.
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