Nonprofit Roundup: July 2019

At Altruic Advisors, our mission is to help nonprofits create good. From audits and Form 990 preparation to virtual bookkeeping, our services relieve the nonprofit administrative burden and improve financial efficiency – allowing our clients to get back to doing what they do best.

Each month, we like to take a moment on our blog to showcase some of the great work our nonprofit clients are doing. Click through the links below to learn more about the organizations we serve, and to find out what you can do to make a difference too!


The High Line Canal Conservancy in Denver, Colorado, is seeking volunteers this summer to help clean up the 71-mile High Line Canal. One of the longest urban trails in the United States, the High Line Canal is an important ecological corridor that runs through 11 governmental jurisdictions in the Denver area. As part of the Conservancy’s mission to preserve, protect, and enhance the Canal in partnership with the public, the Conservancy is hosting a series of community clean-ups. The next clean-up is scheduled for Saturday, July 27, in Aurora.

FRIENDS of Broomfield is hosting their second annual Crawfish Boil on July 20th at Big Mac & Little Lu’s Seafood Restaurant in Westminster, Colorado. Proceeds from the event will benefit the organization’s programs that support adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, such as day programs, social programs, residential programs, and supported employment programs. Can’t attend the crawfish boil? You can always give a financial contribution or donate other needed items like office supplies and gift certificates.

Food Gatherers knows that summer is for grilling! The “Grillin’ for Food Gatherers” annual community fundraiser was a huge success last month, raising money for the fight against hunger. If you missed this outdoor picnic at the Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds in Ann Arbor, Michigan, don’t despair – Food Gatherers is already planning next year’s event for Sunday, June 14th, 2020. In the meantime, there are many ways to support this Ann Arbor nonprofit organization, such as by donating food or funds.

For more than 10 years, Ozone House has been making plans for their “forever home” in Ypsilanti, Michigan, and now the organization is on track to move in by the end of 2019! An anonymous foundation has recently given Ozone house a matching $500K grant to their Front Door Campaign, making it possible for Ozone House to expand into their new 19,000 square-foot Ypsilanti facility on schedule. The new facility will increase their capacity from 5 bedrooms to 16 bedrooms and will consolidate Ozone House’s services for youth in crisis. The new facility will also allow for an on-site job training and education center, dedicated therapy offices, indoor and outdoor recreational spaces, laundry and shower facilities, and a community room. Learn more about Ozone House’s Front Door Campaign here.