JMA Volunteers at NCCF Flapjack Fundraiser
A group from JMA volunteered to help the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation (NCCF) at their Flapjack and Basket Raffle Fundraiser, held March 24th at Applebee’s in Dunkirk. The event benefitted NCCF’s Service Learning Mini-Grant Program. JMA volunteers included partners Dave Mackowiak, Kevin Wystup, and Denise Veloski, along with Scott Dill, John Perry, and Kathy Furness.
The NCCF serves to be a catalyst for the establishment of endowments to benefit the community both now and in the future; to provide a vehicle for donors’ varied interests; to promote local philanthropy; to serve as a steward of funds; and to provide leadership and resources in addressing local challenges and opportunities. For more information on the NCCF visit nccfoundation.org.
JMA Attends Seneca Diabetes Foundation’s 13th Annual Chairman’s Ball
A group from JMA attended the Seneca Diabetes Foundation’s 13th Annual Chairman’s Ball held on February 2nd at the Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino Events Center.
Funds raised from this event will support young Senecas studying toward a career in healthcare, as well as the $1.5 million Seneca Diabetes Foundation Endowment Fund at Oishei Children’s Hospital.
JMA is a proud supporter of the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation.
A group from JMA attended the Seneca Diabetes Foundation’s 12th Annual Chairman’s Ball held on February 3rd. JMA was a proud supporter of this event.
Giving back — to help keep the communities in which we live and work strong and vital — is a way of life here at Johnson, Mackowiak & Associates, LLP. It’s a commitment that is at the core of our culture.
In fact, over the years, our partners have donated countless hours, expertise and funds to area non-profits, as well as served on numerous boards and committees throughout Chautauqua County and Western New York. They’ve each won numerous awards as a result of their volunteer work.
Likewise, our professional staff volunteers regularly with a variety of non-profit and community organizations throughout the area. For instance, JMA accountant and Dunkirk resident Michele Szalkowski volunteers as a wish granter through the local Make-A-Wish Foundation chapter. As a wish granting volunteer, Michele has worked on more than 40 wishes, including one for a child who wanted to go on a Nickelodeon cruise only to be slimed.
“It was something that I always wanted to do. I had a family member get a wish. I also had a family member who was ill when they were young spending time up at Roswell,” Szalkowski said. “It’s just very rewarding. It’s a rewarding endeavor just to see their faces.”
In addition, JMA accountant Scott Dill serves as the nominating committee chair on the Executive Committee of the United Way of Northern Chautauqua County.
JMA has an established Endowment Fund with the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation.
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Other organizations JMA has supported over the years include: