Buffalo Grove, IL, January 26, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Buffalo Grove, Illinois (January 25, 2007)- International Profit Associates (IPA-IBA) and its foundation, IPA Charities, has donated more than $1,000,000, since its inception, to many local and national charities in the quest to improve communities and the world. Approximately $600,000 of that was donated in 2006 alone.
International Profit Associates’ corporate philanthropy spans the globe and is dedicated to improving lives. IPA Charities identify and support nonprofit organizations that make a difference and the commitment extends to helping them reach new levels of impact. The company also encourages corporate philanthropy through employee volunteerism. The spirit of philanthropy is embedded throughout International Profit Associates and its employees as both give generously of time and talent.
Donations for the year 2006, include the following: African New Life, Alexandrian Central School, American Brain Tumor Association, American Civil Liberties Union, American Heart Association, American Lung Association, American Red Cross of Greater Chicago, America’s Second Harvest, Association House of Chicago, Aspen Institute, Black Star Project, Buffalo Grove Days, Cancer Wellness Center, Care Gift Center, Chicago Children’s Advocacy, Chicago Foundation for Women, Children’s Cancer Assistance Network, Children’s Wish Foundation, Christopher Reeve Foundation, Citizens United for Research/Epilepsy, City Year Chicago, The Clinton Foundation-HIV/Aids initiative, The Columbine Memorial, Easter Seals, El Hogar Del Nino, El Valor, Eliz Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation, For all the Children, Goldies Place Mission/Chicago, Guild of the Chicago Botanic Garden, Habitat for Humanity, Hasbara Fellowships, Hispanic Heritage Organization, Hospice/Northeastern, IL, HOW (Housing Opportunities for Women), International Children’s Fund, The JERICHO Internet Group, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Jewish Children’s Bureau, Joey’s Angels, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Junior Achievement of Chicago, Make a Wish Foundation, Martin Temple Community, Mother’s Against Drunk Driving, Muscular Dystrophy Association, Mercy Home for Boys and Girls, Mother’s Against Drunk Driving, Multiple Sclerosis Association of America, Mundelein Bulldog Baseball, NAACP-Lake County Branch, Nathan Davis Elementary School, Native American Teachings, NFL Alumni Plays for Kids, Northwestern University’s Suitcase Party, Operation Hope, Ray Meyer Scholarship Fund, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Salvation Army, Small Fry Basketball, Smile Train, Special Olympics, Streamwood Bulldog Baseball, Suburban Human Relations Commission, Tzivos Hashem Canada, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, UNICEF, United for a Cure, Weizmann Institute of Science, WGN-TV Children’s Charities, Windy City Foundation, Wheaton Park District Baseball and YWCA.
IPA Charities is a 501(c)3 charitable foundation dedicated to the quest of improving communities and people’s lives around the world. International Profit Associates, Inc. (IPA-IBA), the largest privately held management consulting and professional services firm for small and medium size businesses in North America, is a leading authority on small business. With more than $250,000,000 in annual revenues, IPA-IBA is the 6th largest management consulting company in Chicago and the 61st largest consulting company in the world. IPA-IBA offers a wide range of proven and innovative methodologies to help businesses grow and prosper. International Profit Associates and its alliance partners, including Integrated Business Analysis, Inc. (IBA), International Tax Advisors, Inc. (ITA), Accountancy Associates, LLC (AAL) and IPA Advisory & Intermediary Services, LLC (IPA A&I), provide comprehensive business advisory services and tax strategies to companies in the United States, Canada and other locations worldwide. Additional information is immediately available by visiting http://www.ipa-iba.com, http://www.iba-usa.net, http://www.internationaltaxadvisors.com, http://www.accountancyassoc.com/ and http://www.aiservices.com. The Public Relations Department may be contacted at: telephone (847) 495-6786; facsimile (847) 495-6773.