James Moore Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary

James Moore, Certified Public Accountants and Consultants (James Moore) is pleased to announce that the firm is celebrating its 50th Anniversary by giving back to three nonprofit organizations within their communities.  The celebration provides an exciting opportunity to honor the firm’s founder – James Moore, and to recognize the accomplishments of the firm’s first half century.

Providing excellent service has always been a tenet of company culture at James Moore, whose founder Mr. Moore was quoted saying, “Service is the sole purpose of our existence”.  Mr. Moore also understood that happy and committed employees would build a healthier organization with improved client focus.  With these insights, he created an amazing place to work, a place where people were engaged deeply in what they did and what they achieved.  Mr. Moore created a place where people collaborated to transform the firm into what it is today- a leading organization, with offices located in Daytona Beach, Gainesville, and Tallahassee.

As he was a wheelchair user, Mr. Moore also promoted continued physical independence for himself and others with disabilities.  No matter what physical challenges he faced during his lifetime, he always demonstrated a clear determination in continuing to improve himself and the community in which he lived.  As part of the 50th Anniversary celebration, each office within the firm has chosen to honor their founder and celebrate his determination by selecting a local nonprofit organization whose mission is focused on ensuring the commitment towards independence for persons with physical disabilities.

James Moore’s Daytona Beach office is providing support for disAbility Solutions for Independent Living, Inc. (DSIL).  Their Gainesville office is focused on providing support for the High School High Tech program facilitated by The Center for Independent Living of North Central Florida. Their Tallahassee office is supporting the Access to Independence Program facilitated by Ability 1st, the Center for Independent Living of North Florida.  Their combined efforts will help persons with disabilities gain access to valuable resources that promote physical independence.

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