Nonprofit Roundup: October 2015

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.

Our clients have been busy this month! Click on the links below to learn more about each nonprofit organization and their upcoming events.

Nonprofit Roundup October 2015


The Spring Institute for Intercultural Learning recently presented their first annual Spring Intercultural Champion Award to Colorado State Representative Rhonda Fields for her sponsorship of the Adult Education and Literacy Act of 2014 and her leadership in education promotion. Ange Rukundo, a Spring Institute alumnus and author of The Plight of Rwandese Refugees After the Genocide, spoke at the awards ceremony. To learn more about the Spring Institute’s mission to empower people and organizations to succeed across languages and cultures, please visit their website.

The National Conference for Standards Laboratories is calling for papers from “engineers, metrologists, scientists, technicians, young professionals, old professionals, lab managers, quality managers, military personnel, statisticians, lab assessors, technical writers and all measurement science professionals” for their 2016 workshop and symposium. The theme of this year’s conference is “Measurement Accuracy and the Impact on Society.” Learn more about NCSL International - an organization serving the world of measurement - on their website.

emBOLDen Alliances has returned to Nepal to assist with long-term, community-driven rebuilding efforts. Some of their current projects in the regions include First Aid Train-the-Trainer programs for teachers in remote areas, technical support to community-driven rebuilding projects, and technical, operational, and programmatic support to livelihood programs for Rasuwa Survivors and Rasuwa communities.


Performance Network Theatre needs your help! Despite a new executive and creative leadership team, offering 250+ performance days, partnerships with local arts organizations, and nominations for industry awards in the state of Michigan, Performance Network is in danger of closing their doors. Learn how you can help this performing arts organization stay open.

The new Fostering Futures website is under construction - but well on its way to completion - offering easier online accessibility to the staff and resources of this Michigan child placement agency. Some new features include a family “Toolbox” for medical and dental information, a link for online donations, and resource pages with links to other organizations that offer assistance to foster/adoptive families. Fostering Futures has also revamped their Facebook page for better interaction with the community.