Moss Adams employees donate on casual Fridays

The Bellingham Business Journal

During the months of April, May and June, employees of the Bellingham Moss Adams office donated $1,634 to local charities, and a full day of labor to the Bellingham Food Bank Farm.

The office designates one or more Friday’s each month as a Dress Down for Charity Day, an office sponsored day that supports a more casual dress code and provides an opportunity to donate to a worthy cause.

During the three months, employees donated $135 to the WWU Beta Alpha Psi Relay for Life team, $245 to the Whatcom Family YMCA Girls on the Run Program, $237 to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services, $310 to Children’s Organ Transplant Association in honor of six-year-old Olivia Cook, as well as 150 pounds of food and $707 to the Bellingham Food Bank’s Milk Money Program.

Additionally, 20 employees volunteered their time and spent a day at the Food Bank Farm laying irrigation tape, weeding, fertilizing, and pruning.

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