Barnes Dennig Staff Accountant Logan Conner is playing Santa Claus this Christmas, and he could use some elves.
Logan will spend the holidays in Africa with his sister, who is studying in Senegal, and he is collecting used soccer equipment to distribute to area children during his visit. More information is available at www.cleats4kids.com, including details on how you can contribute to his efforts:
We are looking for used soccer cleats and balls that are still in good condition. Shoes and balls are the focus because these are the two most important and often most expensive things necessary to play the game. With that being said, if people have other soccer related equipment they would like to donate we will definitely take it and ensure it gets to a kid who needs it.
In addition to equipment, Logan is accepting donations via PayPal to help with shipping costs.
Logan graduated from Xavier University in 2009 and joined Barnes Dennig in January 2010. From September 2010 until January 2011, he served a five-month secondment with PKF Ampersand in Paris where he gained experience working with IFRS and other international business and accounting issues. Logan returned to Barnes Dennig in 2011 and is a member of the Wholesale / Distribution Client Service Team, where he assists with both the audit and tax functions.