Barsz Gowie Amon & Fultz Embraces the Holiday Spirit By Adopting Families


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In a heartwarming display of holiday spirit and community support, Barsz Gowie Amon & Fultz (BGA&F), a renowned tax, accounting and advisory CPA firm, has proudly announced their participation in adopting two families this holiday season through Home of the Sparrow. In addition, the BGA&F staff adopted a family through Family Support Line.

This year, the team at BGA&F went above and beyond to provide essential items like socks and clothing, fulfilling basic needs and spreading warmth. The firm also made dreams come true by gifting special items such as a bike, an electric scooter, and a play kitchen, among many other thoughtful gifts.

In a statement, William B. Gowie, Jr., CPA, MT, Managing Partner at Barsz Gowie Amon & Fultz, shared, “It’s not just about giving back, but about making a real difference in the lives of those who need it the most. Seeing the impact of our collective efforts is truly fulfilling.”

Alaina Kearney, MPA, the firm’s Marketing Director, also commented, “The joy of the holiday season is in giving. Our team’s participation in adopting these families showcases our commitment to helping Delaware County and Chester County families needing some support and smiles this season.”

The culmination of this charitable effort was celebrated at a special holiday lunch, where staff members could see the culmination of their efforts and revel in the difference they have made. This event was not just a celebration but a testament to the firm’s dedication to community involvement.

BGA&F’s holiday initiative is a shining example of corporate social responsibility and the power of community support. Their actions this holiday season have brought warmth and joy to many, embodying the true spirit of the season.

Read more about Barsz Gowie Amon & Fultz on its website.


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