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Crawford & Associates was proud to have the opportunity to participate in this year's OSCPA CPA Day of Service, an annual event designed for CPAs and CPA firms to give back to their communities by volunteering for a variety of important causes. Once again in 2017, the Crawford group was excited to help out with setting up the OKC Bricktown Chevy Events Center for Project 31's annual Paint the Town Pink Gala held on October 20 honoring breast cancer survivors and the families. Pictured above are this year's volunteers (from left to right) Brenda Wright, Dwayne Tate, Justin Kersey, Mike Crawford, Marcy Twyman, Wendy Moore and Tammy Hunt. Our thanks go out to Sarah at Project 31 for allowing us to help out again and to each of the Crawford staff that were able to volunteer.
The Crawford & Associates staff were pleased to participate in the OSCPA 2015 CPA Day of Service this past October. While our involvement was not as we had planned, we were nonetheless pleased to be able to contribute to this statewide effort. Our staff was scheduled to work on the designated day of service at the OKC Regional Food Bank similar to last year where we would help prepare meals; however, we were contacted the day previous to our scheduled work day and informed the Food Bank had to unexpectedly close that day. That did not deter us though from getting involved in another way. We went out and purchased over 60 pounds of cereal and then dropped the boxes by the Food Bank. Thanks to the OSCPA for coordinating this annual event and giving statewide CPAs the opportunity to get involved in community service statewide.
(Pictured above from left to right: Dwayne Tate, Tammy Hunt, Mike Crawford, and Chris Pembrook)