Donate to the MSCPA’s Educational Foundation
All contributions to the MSCPA Educational Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, are tax deductible.
The MSCPA’s Educational Foundation provides financial assistance for programs that benefit students, educators, and ultimately, you. Your donation will fund scholarships for undergraduate and graduate accounting students in and from Massachusetts. Our scholarship program is part of the MSCPA’s initiative to fuel the accounting pipeline with qualified, diverse candidates. For more information on our efforts, please click here. Thank you to our growing list of generous contributors for making these programs possible!
About the MSCPA’s Scholarships
Below are details about the MSCPA’s scholarships. For full details about each scholarship, please click here.
Firm/Corporate Scholarship ($2,500 minimum donation)
Scholarships are made possible through the generosity of public accounting firms and private companies throughout the Commonwealth. Recipients are undergraduate or graduate students who have demonstrated academic excellence, financial need and intent to pursue a career in accounting.
MSCPA Alliance Scholarship ($1,000 minimum donation)
Recipients are undergraduate or graduate students who have has demonstrated academic excellence, financial need, and intent to pursue a career in accounting.
- Barbara M. Iannoni Scholarship
Barbara Iannoni created the MSCPA’s scholarship program and served the organization and accounting students for 20 years. This scholarship is awarded to a student that embodies Barbara Iannoni’s work ethic, spirit and dedication to the accounting profession.
- Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship
This scholarship encourages diversity in the profession and is geared towards rising college freshman and rising college sophomores.
Please note: By selecting “no preference” your contribution will fund either the Barbara M. Iannoni Scholarship or the Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship.
Small Firm Scholarship ($500 minimum donation, for firms with 10 or fewer staff)
In an effort to increase the number of test takers and defray exam costs, the Society will hold a lottery to award vouchers in the amount of $500 to candidates planning to sit for the exam as a Massachusetts candidate between May 1, 2018 and April 30, 2019.
The scholarship program is an initiative of the MSCPA’s Educational Foundation, which offers an array of programs, resources and services to help fuel the accounting pipeline with diverse and qualified candidates. Individual contributions will help fund other initiatives of the Foundation that support their mission. For information about the Educational Foundation and all its initiatives, click here.