9 Offices, 168 Volunteers, 1 Mission: Bringing Change to Our Communities

9 Offices, 168 Volunteers, 1 Mission: Bringing Change to Our Communities

At West Monroe, we believe that we have a social responsibility to give back to our community. Our “National Day of Change” is a volunteer initiative that gives us a deeper sense of what it means to do good. We are a community comprised of determined and innovative people, but it is our shared value of social responsibility that unites West Monroe across all offices.

On June 24th, we held our Second Annual National Day of Change, where West Monroe team members across the country came together to volunteer in their local communities. Collectively, we had 168 West Monroe volunteers supporting local organizations.

Check out the information below to see our day of change in each of our locations!


  • Charity Organization: Chiacagocares
  • Number of Volunteers: 67
  • Impact: West Monroe spent the day at Foster Park Elementary School in the Gresham neighborhood.  The group broke into small project teams that painted new welcome signs, large world and US maps on the playground, and several intricate murals on the interior of the school. We also had the great pleasure of working side-by-side with several Foster Park students who are active in the local Girl Scout troop.



  • Charity Organization: The Education Partnership
  • Number of Volunteers:  5
  • Impact: We assisted The Education Partnership by cleaning and clearing out their distribution warehouse in order to ensure the facility is ready for their upcoming in-warehouse supply distribution event.  This event allows teachers to “shop” for free supplies for their students before the school year begins.



  • Organization: Habitat for Humanity-MidOhio ReStore West
  • Number of Volunteers: 7
  • Impact: We assisted MidOhio ReStores by cleaning and organizing their loading area. We also cleaned, stacked, and organized their store shelves. By staging the furniture section—matching sofas, chairs, side tables, and other living room accessories, we were able to create a living room scene to help sell items more quickly.


New York

  • Organization: New York Cares Park Clean-Up Riverside Park Conservancy
  • Number of Volunteers: 8
  • Impact:  We helped care for the gardens surrounding Riverside Park’s volunteer house. Due to the Conservancy’s dependence on volunteers to help maintain this large native plant garden, we wanted to help plant, weed, and maintain the area for a better community environment.


Los Angeles 

  • Organization: Heal the Bay
  • Number of Volunteers: 6
  • Impact: As ocean lovers, it is especially crucial for us to help maintain a healthy ocean and environment, that’s why we participated in a clean-up at Dockweiler beachDuring our time at the beach, we helped clean trash and debris from the natural habitats in and around the beach.



  • Organization: Dallas Arboretum Children’s Adventure Garden
  • Number of Volunteers: 7
  • Impact:  West Monroe Dallas office participated as Gallery Hosts at the Dallas Arboretum Children’s Adventure Garden – 8 acres of “Museum without Walls.” As Gallery Hosts, we had the privilege to enhance the experience of the interactive exhibits by assisting guests with hands-on learning activities.                                                                                                                                                                           


  • Organization: City Fruit
  • Number of Volunteers: 8
  • Impact: The Seattle office volunteered with City Fruit during their Save Seattle’s Apples event. City Fruit is a great organization that promotes the cultivation of urban fruit in order to nourish people, build the community, and protect the climate. Our volunteers spent 4 hours on Saturday netting a huge apple tree and gardening.


  • Organization: Twin Cities Pride Festival
  • Number of Volunteers: 10
  • Impact:  At the Twin Cities Pride Festival, we helped with festival and vendor set-up. We assisted in food preparation, and the general maintenance of the vendors.

San Francisco

  • Organization: Ronald McDonald House 
  • Number of Volunteers: 5
  • Impact: West Monroe San Francisco office volunteered with Ronald McDonald House of San Francisco to make and serve dinner (tacos!) for the families staying at the house. Ronald McDonald House provides housing and support services for families who are taking care of hospitalized children, allowing them to stay close to their child’s treatment facility at little or no cost.


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