For over 90 years, Richter has been giving back to the community. Throughout the firm’s growth in Montréal and Toronto, the community has been integral to Richter’s success and in an effort to show gratitude, Richter strives to pay it forward, by giving to those in need in impactful and substantial solutions.
On September 15th, Richter lent a hand to different organizations in your community such as Tyndale St-Georges, CÉDA, Salvation Army, Mission Bon Accueil and Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal, in collaboration with Salon 1861.
Above lending a helping hand, Richter volunteers shared their knowledge by hosting three free workshops throughout the day for Le Salon 1861 tenants and social organizations. These workshops aim to empower you in the management and development of your projects through financial education.
“Throughout the years our community involvement has grown substantially and
we are proud of the impact we have created.Giving back to the community has always
been a central focus at Richter – it’s not just in our mandate, it’s who we are.”
Richter offered the following workshops at Le Salon 1861, situated at 550 Richmond, on September 15th:
- Tips for managing your organization’s cash situation
Which invoices should be paid first? What is the best way to manage your organization’s bank account? How should the budget be planned or organized? Attend this workshop if you want to get the most out of every dollar. Financial crash course: 60 minutes to master the basics of accounting. To launch a project an entrepreneur needs to understand how the organization’s transactions are presented in the financial statements and how stakeholders might use that information. Attend this workshop if you want to understand your financial statements.
- Preparing a business plan: turn your brilliant idea into a reality!
An adequate business plan will also enable you to highlight the issues and opportunities of your project to help you identify operational as well as financial resources that you need in order to achieve your goals.
Thanks to our sponsors who contributed to making this Community Day a great success!