ATLANTA, GA— For the third consecutive year, Williams Benator & Libby, LLP (WBL) was named the winner in the medium size firm category in the Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants (GSCPA) Accounting Food Fight, a friendly food and fund drive competition between Georgia accounting firms benefitting one of six community food banks in the state. A total 16,747 pounds of food and more than $108,000 were raised by the participating accounting firms. WBL earned the most total points (23,811) in its category. It’s contributions benefitted the Atlanta Community Food Bank.
Bruce Benator, managing partner of WBL, said, “This is a wonderful event for a great cause! Our departments compete with each other to see which ones raise the most in cash and food donations. It’s also fun to compete against our peer firms, especially when the end result lifts up those in need. I am proud of my staff for their commitment to help others whenever they can.”
More information on the Atlanta Community Food Bank can be found here.
Founded in 1982, Williams Benator & Libby, LLP offers audit, accounting, advisory, transaction, family office and tax services for domestic and international middle-market companies, nonprofit organizations and high net-worth individuals. The firm is a member of Russell Bedford International (RBI), a global network of independent accounting firms.