Citrin Cooperman is a nationally recognized full-service accounting, tax and consulting firm. Founded in 1979 by Niles Citrin and Joel Cooperman, the firm currently has over 500 employees in five offices located throughout the Northeast, including White Plains, New York. Dedicated to helping companies and high net worth individuals find innovative solutions to help them succeed, Citrin Cooperman is also committed to giving back to the communities in which it operates. The Sharing Shelf of FSW was extremely fortunate to be selected as a recipient of the firm’s generosity this year when it was chosen to participate in the second annual Citrin Cooperman Cares: Day of Service. On June 3, 2013, all corporate offices were closed so that employees could spend the day volunteering. Twenty-five enthusiastic employees arrived at the Sharing Shelf warehouse in Port Chester, rolled up their sleeves and began sorting and packaging clothing for distribution to children in need throughout Westchester County. The timing of this effort was particularly fortuitous as it enabled the Sharing Shelf to organize and distribute packages of summer clothing just as the seasons changed. The firm’s generosity did not stop there. At the end of the day, Citrin Cooperman presented Deborah Blatt, Director of the Sharing Shelf, with a generous donation of $10,000. This contribution will do so much to ensure that operations continue uninterrupted during the ever important fall and winter months, when warm clothes, boots and jackets need to be distributed. We are so grateful to Citrin Cooperman for their financial support and for allowing their employees to volunteer with us in this tremendous community effort.