At RS&F, we are committed to helping the communities we serve and work to aid their growth. Whether it be through our firm community service day, or by supporting our team in their personal community service commitments, we strive to help local communities thrive.

Volunteer Days

Through our FUN Committee, RS&F identifies a variety of causes important to our firm and employees and narrows the selection down to one organization to support during our designated Volunteer Days.

2020 Volunteer Days included:

  • Polar Bear Plunge at Sandy Point State Park, raising money for Special Olympics Athletes.
  • RS&F Adopts 53 Children as a part of the Y of Central Maryland’s Annual Giving Tree Drive.

2019 Volunteer Days included:

  • Polar Bear Plunge at Sandy Point State Park, raising money for Special Olympics Athletes.
  • Volunteered with MD Special Olympics for the 2019 Summer Games Swimming Event at Towson University.
  • Tree decorating for Kennedy Krieger’s Festival of Trees, supporting the children of Kennedy Krieger Institute.
  • RS&F Adopts 48 Children as a part of the Y of Central Maryland’s Annual Giving Tree Drive.

2018 Volunteer Days included:

  • June 7, 2018 with crews at Catholic Charities, Timonium.
  • December 14, 2018 when RS&F gave back by making sandwiches for Manna House, Inc., which serves more than 68,000 meals a year to the homeless and poor in Baltimore.

You Care We Care

In addition to our volunteer days, every quarter, the FUN Committee identifies one outstanding employee for their personal service commitment to a non-profit organization of their choice and grants that organization a monetary donation.

This past quarter, RS&F recognized

The Dreamworks Project

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Volunteer Spotlight

Kaleel Day

Over a year ago, Kaleel and his girlfriend, Marqvanae, founded the Dreamworks Project. The Dreamworks Project started when Marqvanae made a promise to herself that when she turned 22, her focus would shift towards giving back to and helping her community. In addition to her birthday promise, COVID-19 was also sweeping through the world and challenging her beloved Baltimore community. The need to give back was more apparent than ever and from there the DreamWorks Project was born. The mission of the DreamWorks Project is to conduct outreach to homeless and low-income families by developing programs and events that connect them back to their community, in efforts to achieve personal success.

  • Since August 2020, The DreamWorks Project has grown tremendously and has conducted community outreach such as:
  • Hygiene kits for the homeless
  • Food bags for the homeless
  • Thanksgiving dinner for the homeless
  • Rent assistance to Project PLASE (People Lacking Ample Shelter &Employment)
  • Home kits for the Youth Empowerment Society (YES)
  • School supplies drive
  • Thanksgiving dinners for the families of Lake Montebello Elementary/Middle
  • Meal kits for the families of Lake Montebello Elementary/Middle

In his role with the DreamWorks Project, Kaleel is responsible for assisting with its operating and financial decisions and acts as the nonprofit’s chief financial officer. He has enjoyed seeing the DreamWorks Project grow and looks forward to continuing to change lives and give back to the community.

Currently, the DreamWorks Project is working on creating a program called “BMORE Invested” that creates cohorts of students in middle and high school. Each cohort will go through and graduate from a financial literacy course.

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Sponsorships & Support

RS&F is proud to sponsor a variety of organizations including:

community service