Coffee Talk: COVID-19 Concerns in Day-to-Day Accounting Functions (Session 3)

Foundant has been closely tracking the global private philanthropic response to COVID-19 through news stories, public resources, and conversations with our clients. Although the response to COVID-19 has taken on familiar patterns for funders and recipients, the response affects clients in different ways than we have seen in the past.

In this third session of our Finance COVID Coffee Talk series, we discuss the following:

  • Changes to frequency of transactions
  • From extra time for projects to no time at all: Where is your organization?
  • Grant, donation, and non-profit stories

Watch this on-demand webinar to hear how your peers are tackling issues around COVID-19 in their day-to-day accounting functions.

About the Author

Rosie Sprangers

Rosie started her career in public accounting at a regional firm based in Wisconsin. For five years, she was involved in auditing and tax work for a variety of clients. Rosie left public accounting to work for an audit client, the Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region. As Controller of the foundation, Rosie played a lead role in preparing for the financial statement audit, preparation of the Forms 990, implementing software solutions, and designing internal processes. She comes to Foundant with experience using Financial Edge, Raiser's Edge, and GE Spectrum. In her spare time, Rosie likes to travel to anywhere - as long as it's not a beach! Her favorite place in the world (so far) is Banff in Canada.

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