Yeo & Yeo CPAs & Business Consultants was proud to join with the Young Professionals group of the Leading Edge Alliance (LEA YPs) for its annual LEA YP Global Volunteer Days. LEA member firms worldwide were encouraged to donate to or volunteer for a local charity. This year all member firms decided to rally around a single cause: the fight against hunger.
During July, more than 200 Yeo & Yeo employees throughout the firm’s nine offices donated food, made monetary donations and volunteered their time in local organizations. Through these efforts, Yeo & Yeo supported ten Michigan nonprofits including the Children’s Advocacy Center of Gratiot County, Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries, I Support the 1% Veterans Food Pantry, Food Bank of Eastern Michigan, Food Gatherers, Forgotten Harvest Farm, Greater Lansing Food Bank, Kalamazoo Loaves & Fishes, Midland County Emergency Food Pantry Network and St. Luke N.E.W. Life Center.
Alex Wilson, a member of the LEA YP Steering Committee and manager at Yeo & Yeo, said, “We are thankful to have been able to work together with the LEA to not only impact multiple Michigan communities, but to collectively spread our time, talent and treasures as a profession worldwide to fight hunger.”
This is the ninth consecutive year that Yeo & Yeo employees have participated in the annual LEA YP Global Volunteer Days. The firm is proud of its employees’ outreach and pleased to participate in these efforts to support communities both locally and globally.