DHG Jacksonville opened its doors in 2009 with the merger between DHG and Presser, Lahnen, and Edelman (PL&E). The office is characterized by the quality of our people who match our firm’s culture and have the skillset and relationships to leverage the full resources of the firm. Our presence in Jacksonville marks our expanding coverage in the State of Florida to better serve and strengthen our clients in the region.
While our location is a full-service practice, we have curated focused service groups based on your geographic location and specific needs. This tailored approach gives our professionals the technical tools and local and national industry knowledge to serve your company to the highest standard. Industries that DHG Jacksonville serves include:
Our personality and tradition of giving forge lasting relationships. Our partners believe in each employee to set their own plan and path for career advancement and support them every step of the way. Flex time is encouraged to increase productivity, minimize stress and increase efficiency as a team.
As well as being social, our office is civic-minded. Several members of the office serve on boards of various charities. DHG Jacksonville focuses its philanthropic efforts on raising funds for the United Way through 90% office involvement in outright and payroll deduction donations and by participating in mentor programs at local elementary and middle schools. We also participate in the firm-wide Count the Can drive, whereby we donate our canned goods to the Second Harvest Food Bank and volunteer our time at the center serving lunch. Our other giving initiatives include donations of time, money or resources to the following:
- American Heart Walk
- Cummer Museum
- Firehouse Subs Foundation
- Hope Haven
- The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida
- The Jacksonville Public Library Foundation
- Jacksonville Schools
- Jewish Community Foundation of Northeast Florida, Inc.
- Learn to Read, Inc.
- The Nourishment Network
- Salvation Army
- Schultz Center for Teaching and Learning
- Second Harvest Food Bank
- The Sulzbacher Center
- YMCA of Florida’s First Coast Williams/DuPont branch