Al Harsar, CPA shares how to apply value to volunteer time for your not-for-profit:

Many not-for-profit organizations are able to utilize the generosity and the skills of their volunteer force for essential tasks and projects. It is important to capture these hours and apply a value to increase the organization’s top line revenues for services.

A few examples would include:

  • Working in the organization’s museums or retail shops
  • Answering phones
  • Marketing
  • Other administ

The Corrigan Krause staff participates in “Community Service Day” twice a year. This winter, the staff took shifts sorting donations at the West Side Catholic Center in Cleveland’s historic Ohio City neighborhood.

The West Side Catholic Center is a homeless shelter that offers hospitality, hot meals, clothing, and services to the underprivileged men, women, and children in the Cleveland area. One of their biggest fundraisers is called the “ Read More >>

Corrigan Krause’s staff participated in a Community Service Day at the Lake Erie Nature and Science Center (LENSC) in Bay Village, Ohio.

As a part of the Community Service Program initiated by Corrigan Krause, the staff is given a paid afternoon off twice a year to volunteer together for a local organization. In November, the staff had the option of volunteering at the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, where they arrived with boxes of canned foods to donate in addition to th Read More >>