Nonprofit Roundup: August 2016

Not every accountant can claim they love their job, but in our case it's true! We’re proud of the nonprofit organizations we serve, and feel lucky to end every day knowing that in some small way we've helped an organization create good in the world.

August is a busy month for our nonprofit accounting clients! Click on the links below to learn more about each nonprofit organization and their upcoming events.

Nonprofit Roundup August 2016


The Spring Institute for Intercultural Learning is gearing up to host their 2nd Annual Spring Intercultural Champion Awards on Friday, September 16 in Denver, CO. This ticketed event will feature silent and live auctions, gourmet foods and drinks, entertainment, and inspirational speakers. All proceeds will go towards the Spring Institute’s health-focused programs for immigrants and refugees: the Colorado Welcome Back program and Project Shine.

Freshwater Project International, an organization dedicated to bringing clean water and sanitation to Malawi, was recently featured on the Altruic Advisors blog. With two upcoming events along the Front Range of Colorado - Walk for Freshwater and BBQ for Freshwater - there are many opportunities to support the mission of this Golden-area nonprofit in the coming months.

The Dairy Arts Center is hiring! As this community arts center in Boulder wraps up Phase Two of their building expansion and renovation, they have several new positions to fill. Visit the Dairy’s Job Openings webpage for more information.


Michigan Audubon is calling all artists and designers in the state of Michigan for submissions to their “For The Birds” T-shirt design contest. This conservation organization - Michigan’s oldest such organization - is seeking bird-centric, ecologically-themed shirt designs that inspire a love of birds and the spirit of conservation. Submissions are open through September 10, 2016, and winners will be announced in late September.

On Sunday, August 14th, Therapeutic Riding Inc. will host a free event for families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders. My Turn: A Sensory Friendly Sunday will allow families to tour the Therapeutic Riding facilities and learn about horses in an ASD-friendly way, with plenty of fun and games. My Turn is a free monthly program designed to provide events specifically for families with children affected by ASD.