Online volunteer registration is now open!
Be part of the Illinois CPA Society's fourth annual CPA Day of Service!
- Choose a community organization or charity to help. You can choose ANY volunteer activity you like!
- Register your volunteer activity plans online using either an individual or group registration form below.
- Receive a FREE CPA Day of Service t-shirt (while supplies last, free to ICPAS
|Click HERE to register as an individual.
|Click HERE to register as the contact person for a group.
Looking for volunteer activity ideas?
Websites such as www.idealist.org, www.volunteermatch.org, www.createthegood.org, and
www.onebrick.org can be great places to learn more about not-for-profit organizations and
activities in your community. You could contact your local park district, library, or animal
shelter and ask how you can help.
Last year, over 1,000 CPAs in every corner of the state assisted over 150 different organizations with a variety of activities ranging from assembling care packages for military personnel to cleaning up a local park.
See Who's Volunteering:
To check out the list of members who have registered for the 2013 CPA Day of Service and how they will help their communities, click on the geographic region below.
Central Illinois -
Mike Martin will package food at the Mattoon Community Food Center in Mattoon; Pamela Macek will teach students with Junior Achievement in Bloomington; Martin, Hood, Friese & Associates (16 volunteers) will participate in the CU Scholars Budget Challenge for the Champaign-Urbana Schools Foundation;
Chicago Metro -
Marty Rendino will knit and donate blankets to area hospital neonatal intensive care units; Claudio Barbosa will assist the St. Xavier homeless shelter; Elaine Pesavento serves as a trustee for the Illinois State Dental Society Foundation in Springfield; Judith Carter will make baptismal garments for St. Isodore Church in Bloomingdale; Eric Billimoria will assist PAWS in Chicago;
Chicago South -
Debora Christensen will take care of animals at New Beginnings Cat Shelter in Momence; Jeanene Holman will sort food at the Woodridge Food Pantry; Nikita Bactee will package food with Feed My Starving Children in Aurora; Sheila Hessler will assist recreational activities at the Illinois Veterans Home in Manteno; Yvonne Towers will mentor students in partnership with Dress for Success;
Eastern Illinois -
Frederick Neumann will assist Empty Tomb in Champaign;
Fox River Area -
Fox Valley -
Mary Davolt will provide office assistance at Naperville CARES in Naperville;
North Shore -
Cathy Santoro will provide office and tax assistance for the Little Giraffe Foundation in Mount Prospect; Janice Seipp wil help clean up St. Catherine Labourre Catholic Church in Glenview; Doug Hart will assist the homeless with the North Shore Congregation Israel; Marcia Gordon will lead the South Florida Interstitial Cystitis Support Group for patients with bladder disease; Joseph Vaikutis will assist the Knights of Columbus in Clarendon Hills; Bruce Gorlick will provide maintenance to St. Colette in Rolling Meadows;
Northern Illinois -
O'Hare Area -
Southern Illinois -
Western Illinois -
For more information, contact Taylor Banister, Specialist, Marketing & Communications at
312-993-0407 ext. 231.
By participating in an Illinois CPA Society public service volunteer program, you agree to the following terms: The Illinois CPA Society does not accept any responsibility for the skills or expertise asserted by volunteers. The Illinois CPA Society reserves the right to reassign or terminate a volunteer’s participation at its discretion. Some public service volunteer opportunities require volunteers to exhibit specific skills to participate competently. You are expected to evaluate your ability to complete the objectives of each volunteer opportunity and to withdraw or seek technical assistance if your skill sets do not match the needs of the program or specific task.
CPAs for the Public Interest (CPAsPI), the community service arm of the Illinois CPA Society, links the expertise of CPAs and finance professionals with Illinois not-for-profit organizations and community needs.