Tate & Tryon has a proud tradition of community involvement. We are firmly committed to sharing our knowledge and resources with the communities in which we do business.  We encourage and support our employees who contribute their time to programs that they are passionate about.  In addition, several members of the Firm’s leadership team serve as board members for various nonprofit organizations throughout the DC metro area.

Learn About Our Involement

Several years ago, Tate & Tryon launched a pilot learning program for summer interns in partnership with several small charitable organizations. This 8-week program is designed to provide accounting student interns with hands-on experience working in a nonprofit accounting office. The program has provided pro-bono services ranging from internal control documentation to audit preparation.
Tate & Tryon is a co-founder and host of the Nonprofit CFO of the Year Awards Luncheon, an annual awards event founded in 2006 that seeks to honor the true thought leaders and innovators from among the nation’s nonprofit financial professionals. Since its inception, this award program has honored the achievements of more than 20 chief financial officers of leading nonprofit organizations around the country. Click here to learn more about this event.
Many of us volunteer our own time to nonprofit organizations, whether as board members or informal consultants. A sampling of the organizations our partners are involved with include: the Financial Accounting Standards Board Not for Profit Resource Group, the AICPA Not for Profit Expert Council, the Center for Nonprofit Advancement, and the Greater Washington Society of CPAs.
Members of our staff organize and participate in a variety of local fundraisers and charitable events that have benefited organizations such as:

Capital Area Food Bank
Operation Adopt a Ghost
Toys for Tots Foundation
American Cancer Society
National MS Society – National Capital Chapter
Spend Yourself® – Hunger Ministry

In addition, the Firm provides 16 hours of paid time off to staff so that they can volunteer on their own for causes they are passionate about.