Nonprofit Roundup: April 2017

April showers bring more than May flowers - they also bring a host of new events from our nonprofit accounting clients in Colorado, Michigan, and Washington, DC. We’re proud to help these nonprofit organizations create good and we want to share their stories with the world. Click through the links below to learn more about these organizations - and find out what you can do to make a difference too!



More than 100 community leaders attended the Palmer Land Trust Women in Conservation event on April 20 in Colorado Springs. Featuring five women speakers from local organizations, this educational and networking evening was a hit! Stay tuned to Palmer Land Trust on Facebook for a full recap. Looking for more conservation events? Join Palmer Land Trust and Colorado College’s State of the Rockies for a free panel presentation on Colorado’s Water Future on May 3rd in Colorado Springs.

Alpine Autism Center’s 10th annual 5K Walk to raise awareness for autism takes place on April 29th in Colorado Springs. April is autism awareness month, and this fundraising walk is a key part of Alpine Autism Center’s mission to improve the lives of children with autism and provide support to their families. Registration is still open!

At Boulder Valley Waldorf School, music, the arts, and physical activity are an important component of daily classroom life. With the recent introduction of an after-school circus program and an upcoming musical concert on May 2, the Waldorf School mission is on full display this spring! Learn more about Boulder Valley Waldorf School (formerly Shepherd Valley Waldorf School) at


Michigan Audubon was the focus of our recent Client Spotlight on the Altruic Advisors blog. Since 1904, Michigan Audubon has been dedicated to the mission of connecting birds and people for the benefit of both, through conservation, education, and research. With several bird-centric events approaching over the next few months, springtime is the perfect time to learn more about this organization and get involved with their work.

Congratulations to Haiti Nursing Foundation graduate Martha Desir, who was appointed director of clinical services for the Lymphatic Filariasis Clinic and Reference Center in Léogâne, Haiti. Desir was valedictorian of the first graduating class of the Haiti Nursing Foundation’s FSIL Nursing School - the first and highest ranked baccalaureate nursing program in the country.