CPAs Serving the Maryland Community CPA Volunteering in Maryland Maryland Association of CPAs (MACPA)

ExtraOrdinary Birthdays (EOB) is a College Park, MD based organization that provides personalized birthday parties for children living in homeless shelters. EOB services 11 shelters in the DC/MD/VA area and in 2018, celebrated over 200 children. Our vision is a community that recognizes the transformative power of birthday celebrations for homeless children, one that empowers caregivers, and inspires moments of joy and happiness in the lives of homeless families.

EOB is seeking a volunteer treasurer and member of its Board of Directors and Chair of the Finance Committee. The treasurer assists with filing appropriate forms to the IRS and state departments and is responsible to the Board Chair and the Board of Directors. Under the direction of the Board Chair, the treasurer is responsible for performing a variety of bookkeeping and accounting duties, including financial record keeping and transactions including accounts payable, receivable and general ledger.


The treasurer maintains donor and vendor accounts and billing information; performs billing of operational expenses, and maintains billing for fundraising and grant awards.

The Anne Arundel County Food Bank Inc. was incorporated in 1989 as a charitable and educational entity for the purpose of fighting hunger and assuring access to food for those in need in Anne Arundel County. It has a federal income tax exemption pursuant to Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Corporation’s By Laws establish a Board of Directors as its governing body whose members shall be representative of the community at large with expertise in government, finance, health, care, education, banking, law, business, social service and community affairs. Anne Arundel County Food Bank serves residents of the county … specifically the 33,350 that fall below the federal poverty line, by distributing surplus food through 79 community pantries. As of June 30, 2016, its Audited Financial Report shows Total Assets of $1,609,842 and Total Liabilities and Net Assets of $1,609,842. The Corporation’s annual audit was prepared by Toal, Griffith & Ragula, LLC.

The Board of Directors is soliciting interest to the region’s CPA community for a volunteer to serve in a Board position for a period of three years. While working with the full Board and staff, the position would guide financial oversight to food bank operations and fundraising efforts. In accordance with its By Laws, the Board of Directors meets quarterly inclusive of one Annual Meeting.The Board position could begin service in August 2017.

The Brigance Brigade Foundation is seeking a volunteer treasurer to act as financial officer and advisor to the its Board of Directors. The treasurer assists with filing appropriate forms to the IRS and state departments and is responsible to the Board Chair and the Board of Directors. Under the direction of the Board Chair, the treasurer is responsible for performing a variety of bookkeeping and accounting duties, including financial record keeping and transactions including accounts payable, receivable and general ledger. The treasurer maintains donor and vendor accounts and billing information; performs billing of operational expenses, expenses of the patient grant program, and fees; and maintains occasional billing for urgent fundraising and / or patient grant awards. Candidates must have advanced experience with Quickbooks, knowledge of and adherence to GAAP principles and non-profit filing regulations, and knowledge of non-profit accounting and filing regulations. The treasurer will receive at least weekly electronic packages of invoices and bills to be entered into the system from staff and may be asked to respond to urgent financial requests within one business day. Reports and reconciliation of the general ledger are expected quarterly / monthly unless otherwise directed by the Board Chair or Board of Directors. A CPA is preferred. Candidates should have: