At Rubino & Company, the same care and commitment that we show our clients is reflected in our support of the communities in which we live and work. Our growth has allowed us to give back in several different ways and we encourage our staff to become involved whenever possible.
Our people participate in, lead, and support a variety of community, civic, and educational organizations. Below are some of the activities that we actively support through volunteer efforts, board service, direct support, and pro-bono services.
Non-profit Board Participation
We donate thousands of hours of pro-bono work, providing accounting services to a diverse group of exempt organizations. Many of our staff actively sit on non-profit boards in a leadership capacity, while others volunteer for a non-profit organization or one of its committees.
Professional Workshops and Training for the Non-Profit Community
Each year we provide hundreds of hours of pro-bono training and workshops to the non-profit community to improve financial acumen of project managers, CEOs, board members, and volunteers in the areas of financial management, budgets, accounting policies and procedures, governance, and compliance with federal grants and contracts.
Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure
Since 1999, we have been a proud team sponsor of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Each June the race raises significant funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer, celebrates breast cancer survivorship, and honors those who have lost their battle with the disease.
We have given generously through donations and sponsorships to non-profit organizations, including the Jubilee Housing, an organization that provides affordable housing to approximately 1,000 low-income residents in the Adams-Morgan neighborhood of Washington, DC.
Mount Carmel House
This transitional housing program located in Washington, DC provides housing and intensive case management to homeless women. We have volunteered to cook and serve meals to the house residents for the past 15 years.
Lee National Denim Day
Employees have donated several thousand dollars to wear jeans on a designated Friday. The recipient of the program is the Women’s Cancer Programs of the Entertainment Industry Foundation.