Bethesda, Md.-based Gelman Rosenberg & Freedman CPAs (FY18 net revenue of $25.8 million) has rebranded as GRF CPAs & Advisors and has moved into a new office in Bethesda, at 4550 Montgomery Ave.
“The new name reflects the firm’s growing advisory services practice and signals an increasingly diverse client base of nonprofits and associations, private businesses, government contractors and individuals,” the firm announced. The firm has launched a risk and advisory services practice while expanding its technical resources for government contractor clients.
“While these changes punctuate an exciting new chapter for our firm, our leadership is still committed to GRF’s legacy of exceptional client service supported by a unique firm culture where employees are valued and celebrated. Our mission and values are unchanged,” says president and MP Jackie Cardello. “True to the firm’s values, GRF has several community service projects planned in the coming months.”
GRF has served clients locally, nationally and internationally for more than 38 years, and is best known for its nonprofit focus. The firm provides services to more than 600 tax-exempt organizations annually including international non-governmental organizations, trade and membership associations, human and social service organizations, cultural arts organizations, private foundations, faith-based organizations, public interest organizations and other charitable institutions.
GRF’s work with international clients has taken team members to over 100 countries. The firm also serves a variety of small and community-based nonprofit organizations.
GRF’s new corporate logo features overlapping geometric shapes, which reflects the team collaboration necessary to offer clients a more complete solution to support their financial and operational goals. To complement the new branding, the firm also adopted a revised tagline, Personal Service with Powerful Solutions.