Make Something [Good] Happen With Entrepreneurs For North Texas
When Wick Phillips Gould Martin, a Dallas-based business law and litigation firm, wanted to find a way to get their employees more involved in the community, they started where every aspiring good corporate citizen starts, with Pam Gerber at EFNT. Within weeks, the firm’s 19 employees were painting walls and scrubbing floors at the South Dallas YMCA as part of EFNT’s Annual Freedom Day Event.
(l to r) Brant Martin, Andy Gould, Bryan Wick and Todd Phillips painting the South Dallas YMCA on Freedom Day Entrepreneurs For North Texas (EFNT) facilitates community involvement and philanthropy for small and mid-size companies who want to make a difference in their communities. Operating as an outsourced community affairs department, EFNT provides its member companies with the resources to assist them in developing a company culture of good corporate citizenship.
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