Beta Alpha Psi Community Service Day

Annual Meeting Location: Baltimore, Maryland

Community Service Activity: Project Homeless Connect, a tactic of The Journey Home: Baltimore's Ten-Year Plan to End Homelessness, which aims to make homelessness rare and brief for the thousands of Baltimore City residents who go without a place to sleep each night.

Sponsored by: KPMG LLP, KPMG Foundation, Beta Alpha Psi and the United Way of Central Maryland

Services Included:

  • Medical and dental care
  • Financial assistance
  • Housing and employment information
  • Identification cards
  • Legal consultations
  • Resume assistance

Highlights:

  • 1,100 people served
  • 900 Beta Alpha Psi volunteers
  • 10,000 pounds of food donated

 

 

Annual Meeting Location: Anaheim, California

Community Service Activity: BAP International Day of Literacy visiting Orange County elementary schools and Boys and Girls Clubs to distribute books and engage in activities focused around early literacy.

Sponsored by: KPMG LLP, KPMG Foundation, First Book and United Way of Orange County

School Supplies Donated:

  • 250 glue sticks
  • 300 notebooks
  • 450 pencils
  • 150 boxes of crayons
  • 50 pencil cases
  • 70 boxes of marker pens/pencils
  • 450 folders
  • 60 eraser packages
  • 35 rulers
  • 25 scissors
  • 200 post-it notes
  • 300 pens
  • 18 packages of stickers
  • 50 miscellaneous other items

Highlights:

  • 3,500 students were introduced to the exciting world of reading
  • 942 volunteers
  • 3,872 books delivered
  • 200 backpacks donated by Robert Half International
  • 3,872 free admission tickets donated by Muzeo Museum in Anaheim

 

 

Annual Meeting Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Community Service Activity: BAP International Day of Literacy visited eight elementary schools and one Junior Achievement center to distribute books and engage in activities focused around early literacy.

Sponsored by: KPMG LLP, KPMG Foundation, First Book and United Way of Greater Atlanta

School Supplies Donated:

  • 250 glue sticks
  • 300 notebooks
  • 450 pencils
  • 25 scissors
  • 50 miscellaneous other items

Highlights:

  • 4,000+ students introduced to the exciting world of reading
  • 960 volunteers
  • 4,409 books donated
  • 200 backpacks donated by 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy
  • 2,642 school supply items donated by attendees
  • 2,000 bottles of water donated by Coca-Cola

 

Annual Meeting Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Community Service Activity: BAP International Day of Literacy visited four year-round Milwaukee Public Schools, five Boys & Girls Clubs, and two youth-serving not-for-profit organizations. 

Sponsored by: KPMG LLP, KPMG Foundation, United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County

Highlights:

  • 2,800+ K4-8th grade students introduced to the exciting world of reading
  • 866 volunteers
  • 200 backpacks donated by AICPA's 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy - stuffed with a book and school supplies
  • 2,000 piggy banks and bags donated by AICPA's 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy
  • 2,016 bottles of water donated by Coca-Cola
  • 3,113 school supplies donated by attendees
  • 4,502 books donated to children in need in Milwaukee

Annual Meeting Location: Baltimore, Maryland

Community Service Activity: BAP International Day of Literacy visited local schools in under-served neighborhoods. 

Sponsored by: KPMG LLP, KPMG Foundation, United Way of Central Maryland

Highlights:

  • 2,800+ K4-8th grade students introduced to the exciting world of reading
  • 866 volunteers
  • 200 backpacks donated by AICPA's 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy - stuffed with a book and school supplies
  • 2,000 piggy banks and bags donated by AICPA's 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy
  • 2,030 bottles of water donated by SGC Power
  • 3,500+ school supplies donated
  • 3,084 books donated to children in need in Baltimore

Annual Meeting Location: Anaheim, California

Community Service Activity: BAP International Day of Literacy visited local organizations in underserved neighborhoods.

Sponsored by: KPMG LLP, KPMG Foundation, Orange County United Way

Highlights:

  • 2,400+ K4-8th grade students introduced to the exciting world of reading
  • 891 volunteers
  • 200 backpacks donated by AICPA's 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy - stuffed with a book and school supplies
  • 1 AICPA-sponsored mural
  • 2,800+ school supplies donated by attendees
  • 3,253 books donated to children in need
  • 3,500 free admission tickets to the Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center

Annual Meeting Location: Anaheim, California

Community Service Activity: BAP International Day of Literacy visited local elementary schools, Boys and Girls Clubs, and YMCA's in underserved neighborhoods.

Sponsored by: KPMG LLP, KPMG Foundation, United Way of the National Capital Area, First Book

Highlights:

  • 1,249 K4-8th grade students introduced to the exciting world of reading
  • 914 volunteers
  • 200 backpacks donated by AICPA's 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy - stuffed with a book and school supplies
  • 12,188 school supplies donated by attendees
  • 2,787 books donated to children in need
  • 4 local DC schools for campus cleanups
  • 9 Literacy Fairs
  • 60 books donated by Fatima Zapata written by her grandfather, "Coquito" teaches children how to read and write in Spanish

 

Annual Meeting Location: Chicago, IL

Community Service Activity: BAP International Day of Literacy visited seven locations and participated in Pack Shack Funnel Party!

Sponsored by: KPMG LLP, KPMG Foundation

Highlights:

  • 7 locations
    • Ada S. McKinley Community Services - Roseland
    • Erie Neighborhood House
    • HelloBaby
    • HOPE Excel Reaching the World Academy
    • Leaning Tower YMCA
    • St. Nicholas Cathedral School
    • Youth Crossroads
  • 200 backpacks stuffed and donated to the Gary Comer Youth Center in Chicago
  • 794 children participated
  • 906 volunteers
  • 1,847 books donated
  • 2,000 Notes of Inspiration were written and given to Back 2 School Illinois
  • Thousands of school supplies donated
  • 103,680 meals were packaged during Pack Shack Funnel Party

Hear what our Professional Partners think about BAP!

Beta Alpha Psi students represent the cream of the crop within their respective college/university! They will become the future leaders in the profession and help drive much needed change within their organizations. As the students become BAP alumni, we hope they stay engaged in professional associations and pursue certifications like the CMA to continue their life long learning.

Jodi Ryan
Institute of Management Accountants (IMA)