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BETHESDA, Maryland (April 26, 2010) – Bond Beebe, a certified public accounting and advisory firm with offices in Bethesda, Maryland and Alexandria, Virginia, sent a team of 30 firm volunteers to landscape at the Samaritan Inn’s Lazarus House in the Columbia Heights neighborhood of DC on April 24th as a part of the Greater DC Cares Servathon 2010.
Firm members planted new bushes and mulched along around the front and sides of the building and spruced up the gravel walkway at the front entrance. This is the fourth consecutive year that Bond Beebe has participated in and sponsored the event. Greater DC Cares is the region’s leading coordinator of volunteerism and corporate philanthropy, and their annual Servathon is the DC-area’s largest volunteer event.
For over 75 years, Bond Beebe has worked with small to mid-sized businesses, membership organizations, employee benefit plans, other nonprofits and high net-worth individuals to help them achieve their goals, increase productivity and efficiency and maintain compliance. The company’s broad range of services includes: auditing & accounting; tax planning & compliance; financial planning; management advisory; forensic accounting & litigation support; and information technology consulting. From its two offices in Bethesda, Maryland and Alexandria, Virginia, Bond Beebe brings trust, values, service, and imagination to every client engagement.