10 inspiring accountants who volunteer

While their finance and analytical skills are highly valued, the interviewees in this INTHEBLACK eBook say volunteering has challenged them to think in new ways and draw on strengths they didn’t know they had.

Accountancy skills are sought all over the world – often by people and organisations who know they need help but cannot afford a professional or even find one locally.

That’s where many accountants step up as volunteers, joining organisations in their home towns or even travelling abroad on assignments to help in developing countries. 

These 10 inspiring volunteer stories include:

  • A finance director who helps people realise their Paralympic sporting dreams
  • A CPA who is the driving force behind a community-owned edible garden 
  • A top fundraiser for Australia’s National Breast Cancer Foundation

Access these stories and more in the following eBook

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