Klatzkin & Company LLP (Klatzkin), an accounting and consulting firm, has been making random people smile with its "85 Ways, 85 Days: Random Acts of Klatzkin" initiative in honor of the firm’s 85th anniversary throughout Mercer County, New Jersey, and Bucks County, Pennsylvania, where its two offices are located.
“We are having a lot of fun surprising people with a random act of kindness,” said Thomas H. Martin, CPA and the firm’s managing partner. “We have done everything from giving Eagles tickets to Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Mercer County and tickets to the movie Star Wars: The Force Awakens to residents of Anchor House (Trenton, New Jersey), to treating patrons of Golden Dawn Diner (Hamilton, New Jersey) and New Hope Diner (New Hope, Pennsylvania) to breakfast and lunch, distributing Visa gift cards to patients in the waiting room at St. Mary Medical Center (Langhorne, Pennsylvania), paying for a family’s groceries at ACME (Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania) and distributing bus tokens to people in Oxford Valley Mall (Langhorne, Pennsylvania). You can see what we are doing at www.raoklatzkin.com.”
The 85 Ways, 85 Days: Random Acts of Klatzkin program kicked off on November 23, 2015, at Chandler Hall’s Heacock Hospice Pavilion, in Newtown, Pennsylvania, where its staff was treated to lunch. Robert H. Rosen, CPA and former Klatzkin managing partner was cared for at Chandler Hall until he passed away in November. Klatzkin employees will continue to deliver one random act of kindness daily until February 17, 2016, which is National Random Acts of Kindness Day.
“The firm has made it a priority to give back to the community since its inception in 1930,” adds Martin. “Celebrating our 85th anniversary by continuing our tradition of giving is important to everyone at Klatzkin.”