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Nearly 700 Bonadio Staff Participate in Annual “Purpose Day” of Community Service

This year’s Purpose Day was themed “Catalyst for Greatness,” aligning with the theme of the firm’s annual “& More Day” celebration this past June.

Nearly 700 employees at The Bonadio Group participated in community service activities today during the firm’s sixth annual Purpose Day, benefitting more than 30 non-profit organizations. Purpose Day was created to provide staff with opportunities to give back to their communities in the spirit of the company’s Bonadio Purpose. All the firm’s offices were closed to provide each employee with the opportunity to spend the day volunteering. 

“Our Bonadio Purpose is to provide opportunity, inspire growth and strengthen community – supporting the communities where we live and work is vital to who we are as a firm,” said Bruce Zicari, CEO, The Bonadio Group. “For the sixth year, we’re proud to expand our philanthropic reach with volunteerism at more organizations than ever to enhance our positive impact.”

This year’s Purpose Day was themed “Catalyst for Greatness,” aligning with the theme of the firm’s annual “& More Day” celebration this past June. The theme recognizes the important contributions employees make to unlock greatness in their colleagues, clients and communities. 

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“We’re very appreciative to have people that are dedicated to not only the success of their clients and colleagues, but also their neighbors,” said Zicari. “Purpose Day is truly a celebration of that giving spirit and a thank you to our communities for all that they do.”

Benefitting organizations included:

  • Albany: Commission on Economic Opportunity, LifeWorks Community Action, Animal Protective Foundation, Girl Scouts of Northeastern N.Y., Boys & Girls Club of Schenectady, St. Catherine’s Center for Children, Northern Rivers Family Services, Catholic Charities Housing, Schenectady ARC, Saint Anne’s Institute
  • Buffalo: St. Luke’s Church, Niagara County SPCA, Danny’s Helping Hands, Explore & More Children’s Museum, Buffalo City Mission
  • New York City: River Fund, Inc., VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired
  • Rochester: Heritage Christian Services, Foodlink, Ronald McDonald House, School of the Holy Childhood, Monroe Arc, CP Rochester, Seneca Park Zoo, Lifetime Assistance, Veterans Outreach Center
  • Syracuse: PEACE, Inc., McHarrie Pointe Assisted Living, Rosamond Gifford Zoo, YWCU of the Mohawk Valley
  • Dallas: Minnie’s Food Pantry

Volunteerism at the various organizations spanned from weeding and mulching community gardens to providing a helping hand at local zoos as they prepare for annual fundraising events.

For more information about The Bonadio Group’s community involvement, please visit: