Henry+Horne volunteers at Desert Mission Food Bank

On August 5, Henry+Horne had a team of volunteers go to the Desert Mission Food Bank to help make hygiene packs, meat packs, bread packs and sort other food items for distribution to the community. The group was able to make a huge difference by sorting approximately 3,000 pounds of donated items into distributable packs. These …

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Nixing the stereotype. Accountants are creative too!

On Saturday, July 15th, twenty-nine of our team members volunteered to craft “Chemo Covers” to benefit Amanda Hope Rainbow Angel’s. Chemo covers are used to cover the toxic warning labels found on chemo bags in order to help reduce children’s anxiety of receiving treatment. Chemo covers are typically decorated with a funny face, felt stickers …

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Henry+Horne’s October community service

Henry+Horne’s October community service event took place on Sunday, October 23rd. If you were in Tempe you may have seen us in our green shirts along with hundreds of other people as we participated in the Autism Speaks Walk. This walk was either a 5k or 1 mile walk that took place Sunday morning starting …

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Henry+Horne September community service

On Wednesday, September 21, several Henry+Horne employees and family members gathered at Ben’s Bells studio in downtown Phoenix to get crafty for this month’s community service event. Together, they painted over 200 ceramic pieces which the organization will use to assemble wind chimes (“Ben’s Bells”) to be placed around the surrounding community. The only way …

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Everything You Need to Know: Gifts In-Kind

Nonprofit organizations collect many different types of support from donors, which are not always cash gifts. When an organization receives gifts of goods or services, it may lead to questions. How and when do gifts in-kind get recorded? What are gifts in-kind? Gifts in-kind are donations of tangible and intangible individual property and contributions of …

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What Your Schedule A Says About You

Does your organization check all the right boxes? For Schedule A, that is. Schedule A is a crucial piece of the 990 for nonprofits as it calculates whether they truly qualify as a publicly supported organization or not. Generally, to be considered a publicly supported organization, the nonprofit must have support of at least 33 …

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2016 Annual Giving USA Report Released

The Giving USA Foundation (a public service initiative of The Giving Institute) has released their 2016 annual Giving USA Report on Philanthropy in collaboration with The Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. Using data from calendar year 2015, the Giving USA report compiles and analyzes data on charitable giving in the U.S in order …

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Charity Navigator Launches CN 2.1

On June 1, Charity Navigator announced the launch of CN 2.1, an enhancement of their previous charity rating system CN 2.0. This includes several changes to the seven “Financial Health” rating metrics used to evaluate charities, and to help donors make wise decisions in choosing where to make their donations. Here are the primary changes …

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What Percent Should Charities Spend on Their Mission?

Ever heard the cliché “comparing an apple to an orange”? I’m not a scientist and I don’t know the cellular differences of both, but I do know that oranges are acidic with a thick peel usually removed prior to consumption. Apple, on the other hand, is a brand of electronics most commonly seen in the …

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Arizona Gives Day

It’s that time of year again, and this might be the first time your accountant is not referring to tax season. We are talking about Arizona Gives Day, the annual one-day online giving campaign to Arizona not-for-profits hosted by the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits and Arizona Grantmakers. Since 2013, this program has raised over $4,556,359. …

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