Nonprofit Spotlight: Autism Awareness Month

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Bragging on our clients is easy to do when they care as much and work as hard as ours do. This month we’ve had the privilege of featuring a few of our clients advocating for the autism community for Autism Awareness Month. The work they do not only fights for autism awareness and education but impacts the actual lives of people affected by the disability every, single, day. 

Autism is a bio-neurological developmental disability diagnosed in one out of every 54 kids in the U.S. today. It is often coupled with other medical conditions and translates into many different challenges that can prevent both children and adults with autism from living full, independent lives.

That’s where some of our clients come in to play (and some of them really do know how to play!). If there’s anything these organizations help prove, it’s that with early intervention and treatment, autism isn’t the end. When children, adults, and families living with autism are resourced and supported, once again the future looks bright. 

ACEing Autism

ACEing Autism is on a mission for children with autism to grow, develop, and benefit from social connections and fitness through affordable tennis programming, uniquely serving individual needs while filling a national void for this growing and worthy population. More info.


The Autism Community in Action (TACA) helps families find their way through the challenges and obstacles of autism by providing them with guidance, referrals, and access to current resources and treatments in their community resulting in positive impact that will improve their child’s long-term health and quality of life. More info.

Exceptional Minds

Exceptional Minds seeks to build a future where neurodiverse perspectives of artists on the autism spectrum are vital to the advancement of our shared goal for a more empowered and inclusive society. They offer customized training and hands-on experience to help launch careers in digital arts and animation, promoting jobs for those with autism. More info.

By doing what we love (all that accounting stuff), it allows our clients to do what they love. If you’re a nonprofit looking for specialized accounting or financial services, don’t hesitate to reach out. Whether you’re just starting out, planning your next big fundraiser, or three years behind on paperwork, we’d love to step in and do the dirty work for you.