Cohen & Company believes that our success is greatly tied to the success of the communities in which we live and work. This belief is such an integral part of our culture that we look for every opportunity to encourage and support our associates in pursuing their civic and personal passions.
One way we offer support is through our Cohen Cares Committee, which coordinates events so employees can try something new or get involved as a team, such as our chili cook-off and food drive, and various holiday giving projects. The committee also coordinates our flagship community service day. One day a year we encourage all employees to step away from their desks and do some hands-on volunteering. We’ve worked with many great organizations over the years, including Firestone Park YMCA, Boys and Girls Club, Gleaners Community Food Bank, New York Pajama Program, Ronald McDonald House, Greater Cleveland Food Bank, Antrim Park, Ice Age Trail, Easter Seals Adult Day Center and Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
In addition to team efforts, we support our employees’ individual passions just as strongly — from giving them paid time off to conduct service work or serve on not-for-profit boards, to donating to and sponsoring numerous civic and charitable organizations to which our employees feel a connection. In 1999, the firm also launched the Cohen Community Foundation, in honor of our founder Ron Cohen. The foundation proudly supports civic, art, cultural and entrepreneurial not-for-profit organizations that make a positive difference in our communities.
Read some of our professional bios to learn more about how we impact our communities.