Councilor, Buchanan & Mitchell (CBM) was recognized for corporate philanthropy in 2021 for the second consecutive year by the Washington Business Journal. CBM ranked 7th for giving among small companies throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan region in the Journal’s annual list of top corporate philanthropists.
In recent years, CBM has accelerated its commitment to fulfilling one of the firm’s core values, community leadership, as part of its 100th anniversary.
“We wanted community service to be a powerful part of our centennial celebration,” explained Daniel L. Weaver, CPA, president and managing partner of CBM. “CBM100-Charities was about getting team members engaged in their communities during the two years we honored this landmark anniversary. In 2020 and now, for 2021, the Washington Business Journal named us a top corporate philanthropist. We are humbled by the recognition and believe our campaign was successful because our team is passionate about it. Because of the success of our CBM100-Chartities campaign we are determined to continue to make community service a part of CBM ongoing culture.”
In recent months, team members have pursued such activities as joining the board of a not-for-profit dedicated to empowering youth, collecting socks for underprivileged individuals and families, running a food and supply drive for Washington, DC-area churches, and volunteering to walk dogs seeking human interaction at a humane society on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
To learn more about CBM’s ongoing dedication to community service, its corporate philanthropy and a list of recent projects team members have engaged in, visit CBM in the Community on the firm’s website.