Anglin Reichmann Armstrong hosts ‘Serve Day’ to give back to community agencies in Huntsville, Pensacola

December 16, 2019

To celebrate volunteerism with their professionals and give back to the community, Anglin Reichmann Armstrong hosted a ‘Serve Day’ on October 18. The event involved more than 50 professionals from the firm’s Huntsville and Pensacola, Fla., offices. Service activities focused on youth, seniors, animal welfare and nutrition.

Anglin employees, organized in small groups, worked on six different Serve Day projects for four organizations in Huntsville. Anglin’s Pensacola team added a fifth organization and seventh project for Serve Day at the Pensacola Humane Society where they spent time tending to shelter cats, created chewable dog toys and made dog treats.

Activities in Huntsville included projects and grocery deliveries for aging seniors, landscaping and yard cleanup for shelter pets, a shift at a hydroponic garden that provides fresh veggies for families, and spruce-ups at a youth center. Employees volunteered with CASA – Care and Assurance for the Aging, Greater Huntsville Humane Society, Manna House, Boys & Girls Clubs of North Alabama and the Pensacola Humane Society.

Formed in 1990, Anglin Reichmann Armstrong is a regional accounting and advisory services firm known by clients nationwide for technical expertise in government contracting and other niche services as well as complex tax, estate, wealth management and business transition services, with offices in Huntsville, Ala., and Pensacola, Fla. The firm is a member of global accounting association, CPAmerica International.