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Welcome to Community Accountants

Our Mission

Community Accountants has been pursuing our mission for 34 years --- to provide pro bono accounting related services through accountant volunteers to help nonprofit organizations become financially literate.

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Resources for Clients

Philadelphia LawWorks provides resources for nonprofit organizations and small businesses. Nonprofit Resources include: Nonprofit Legal Guides, Useful links for organizations looking for 501(c)(3) status and Useful links for 501(c)(3) organizations looking to stay exempt. Go to http://www.phillyvip.org/content/resources-clients for information on this great organization!

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Mommy's Light Lives On

Mommy's Light brings joy and comfort to children and teens by helping them keep alive traditions and simple pleasures they shared with their mothers. To support young people in adapting to their mothers' illnesses or deaths, Mommy's Light's key initiatives include: (1) free Tradition Fulfillment Services to eligible children and teens; and (2) the development and distribution of education and outreach materials targeting grieving children and the adults who are likely to interact with them. Go to http://www.mommyslight.org for information on this great organization!

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New Jersey Aid for Animals

New Jersey Aid for Animals is a great animal organization in NJ. Joanne Newfield, CPA, CA's Board member and longtime accountant volunteer is NJAFA Direct Service Acct. Volunteer. NJAFA has proven their success for its second straight year. They have "intended" to do more, but the projects completed were placing animals (none have come back or been returned); spaying and neutering a couple hundred animals; helping dozens of animals who were suffering in Camden City, NJ as well as all over NJ. Their big news was they brought a councilman to court for charges of cruelty to animals and won. See their website for more information. (http://www.njafa.org)

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