Indianapolis Office Supports Dress-Down Day
The last Friday of every month, Crowe Horwath holds a Jeans Day in their Indianapolis office.  The goal is two-fold - to provide an opportunity for a more relaxed work environment once a month, and to support a local charity or a charity of choice from an employee.  When the practice began a couple of years ago, the charity was selected by the office manager to support a local community charity.  This year, it was opened up to employees to provide suggested foundations.  Last summer, Aaron Scholl provided his suggestion of FIRST and provided information about the Foundation and how his family is involved and affected.  Aaron’s niece, Payton, is 8 years old and affected with CIE. Aaron is the son of former FIRST President, Dave Scholl. FIRST was then selected as the January jeans day charity.  For a $5 donation, an employee can wear jeans for the day.   The employees at Crowe Horwath raised more than $200.

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