Some people think accounting is boring. We say - not when you work with nonprofits! We’re proud of the nonprofit organizations we serve, and feel lucky to end every day knowing that we've helped an organization create good in the world.
2016 is coming to a close, and we’re so proud of all the great work our clients have done this year. As many nonprofits make their last year-end fundraising push, we’re keeping one eye on the future to see what 2017 has in store!
It’s the season of giving - and for Palmer Land Trust, it’s also the season of Give! Palmer Land Trust is a nonprofit partner in the Give! campaign of southern Colorado, where every donation made through the Give! website gets donors special perks from local businesses. The Give! campaign helps introduce potential donors in the Pikes Peak region to smaller and lesser-known nonprofits. This year, Palmer Land Trust is also participating in The Whole Foods & Independent Young Donors Challenge. Supporters between the ages of 18 and 36 can help raise additional funds by making contributions of $10 or more. The 12 nonprofits that get the highest number of donations from this age group are eligible for an additional grant. But hurry! The campaign ends on December 31st! Learn more and donate here.
Have you heard? Boulder Valley Waldorf School - formerly known as Shepherd Valley Waldorf School - has changed its name to better reflect the area the school serves. Located on a 38-acre campus in Niwot, CO, Boulder Valley Waldorf School offers parent-child classes, a preschool and kindergarten, and elementary grades through middle school.
Calling all bird lovers! Are you participating in the 117th annual Christmas Bird Count? This annual winter census of birds across the Western hemisphere kicked off on December 14 and continues through January 5. The Michigan Audubon Society has a detailed guide to the event, which contributes to local and international bird conservation.
If you prefer animals of a larger variety, check out the Facebook page of Therapeutic Riding, Inc! Frequently updated with fun photos (don’t miss the horse snow angel!) and images of daily life with horses (mounds of manure, anyone?), you’ll gain insight to the day-to-day workings of this therapeutic riding and activity center for people with disabilities in the Ann Arbor area.