Nonprofit Roundup: September 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 September 2015


The WILD Foundation recently debuted a new logo and tagline to reflect the organization’s contemporary existence, while paying homage to its roots. The African Erythrina leaf still remains the symbol of the WILD Foundation, with its three points representing the three most important relationships: person to divinity, person to person, and person to soil. Read more about the WILD Foundation and get a peek at their new look here.

Registration has opened for Reading Village’s Spring 2016 Learning Journey to Guatemala! Join this literacy-oriented organization in rural Guatemalan communities to experience first-hand how reading changes lives and to immerse yourself in the rich culture of Guatemala.

Optometry Giving Sight has opened registrations for the World Sight Day Challenge on October 8th - an annual day of awareness to focus global attention on blindness and visual impairment. World Sight Day is a major fundraising campaign open to all members of the optical community. By making a monthly or annual donation before October 8, you can help provide the tools and support necessary to improve the vision of people in need all over the world.


Habitat for Humanity of Huron Valley was recently in the news for their work in Ypsilanti Township, where they are helping to reduce rental home stock by renovating foreclosed homes and increasing local homeownership levels. Through an purchasing arrangement with the township, Habitat is able to keep vacant homes out of hands of out-of-town investors and absentee landlords, which is having a positive effect on the community at large.

North Star Reach welcomes Dr. Heather Adams, M.D., as Medical Director of the organization’s Pinckney-area camp for children with serious health challenges. A provisional member of the SeriousFun Children’s Network, North Star Reach will offer a life-changing camp experience for children and their families when construction is completed in 2016.