Volunteering is at the very core of our firm’s values, so much so that it is part of our Floyd5 Guiding Principles. We encourage everyone at Floyd Advisory to make a positive social impact by supporting our partner organizations and have fun while doing so!

Social Impact Partners

We have the privilege of supporting the following high-impact social-purpose organizations that provide us with the opportunity to participate in creating positive change within our community.

Social Impact Events

  • Volunteering at the Pine Street Inn

    LOCATION: Pine Street Inn, Boston, MA

    Floyd Advisory employees in Boston joined other volunteers to serve dinner at the Pine Street Inn. Pine Street Inn partners with homeless individuals to help them move from the streets and shelter to a home, and assists formerly homeless individuals in retaining housing and on average, Pine Street Inn prepares 2,000 meals per day for homeless individuals.

    Floyd Advisory is grateful for the opportunity to participate in creating positive change within our community.


  • Supporting Healthy Neighborhoods in New York City

    City Harvest Mobile Market

    LOCATION: Washington Heights, New York, NY

    Our NYC office had a great time volunteering at the City Harvest Washington Heights Mobile Market. City Harvest pioneered food rescue in 1982 and, this year, will collect 61 million pounds of excess food to help feed the more than 1.2 million New Yorkers struggling to put meals on their tables.

  • Volunteering Time and Talent to End Hunger in Eastern Massachusetts

    Greater Boston Food Bank / Warehouse Sorting

    LOCATION: 70 South Bay Avenue, Boston, MA

    Floyd Advisory associates in Boston joined other volunteers to support the mission of the Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) and package over 10,000 pounds of food which will provide 9,168 meals to food-insecure individuals and families throughout eastern Massachusetts.

    The food packed by our volunteers at the GBFB will go towards providing supplemental groceries to seniors and children every month helping ensure they don’t miss meals and receive the nutritious food they need to stay healthy. Food Pantries will participate in distribution through providing groceries on an emergency or occasional basis to those in need. Community Meal Programs cook and serve regularly scheduled meals to walk-in guests. The GBFB partners with 550 hunger-relief agencies like these and other food assistance providers scattered throughout eastern Massachusetts serving nine counties and 190 towns and cities in eastern Massachusetts from Lowell to Cape Cod. GBFB works to acquire, store, organize and distribute food through these local food pantries and community meal programs, as well as homeless and residential shelters, youth programs, senior centers, and day-care centers embedded in communities throughout the nine counties of eastern Massachusetts.

    Floyd Advisory volunteers work together as a team on an assembly line to load boxes onto conveyer belts, inspect, sort, and pack donated grocery products and label boxes that are then distributed to hunger relief agencies. More than 25,000 volunteers collectively contribute more than 65,000 hours of time annually.  With this many volunteers, and with donations and in-kind support, GBFB is leading the fight to end hunger in Eastern Massachusetts. GBFB is the largest hunger-relief organization in New England and among the largest food banks in the country. Last year, GFGB distributed more than 54 million pounds of food out of its 117,000 square foot, state-of-the-art food distribution facility, enough to provide healthy meals to over 500,000 people. But despite these efforts, one in nine residents in our communities do not know where their next meal will come from.  GBFB is committed to providing at least one meal a day for every person in need in eastern Massachusetts. Floyd Advisory proudly supports the Greater Boston Food Bank.