May 23, 2018
Minnesota Center for Book Arts (MCBA) is excited to announce that Twin Cities-based CPA firm Redpath and Company, Ltd. (Redpath) has donated new computers to its administrative offices. Redpath Managing Partner Mark Gibbs and Not-For-Profit Team Leader Cathy Lydon personally brought the computers to MCBA. Both organizations expressed the positive impact this donation will have on their individual missions.
“Giving back to the community is an important part of our corporate social responsibility initiative,” said Mark Gibbs, Redpath’s Managing Partner. “We also see the value in minimizing e-waste, and we were very fortunate to find an organization like MCBA that will be able to make great use of the computers.”
“On behalf of MCBA, I would like to thank Redpath for their generous donation,” said MCBA Interim Executive Director Amanda Kaler. “Our mission and programming are unique, and they require upgraded technology to support them. Redpath’s investment in MCBA will better help us schedule field trips, create class schedules, design exhibitions, manage store inventory, and maintain our artist programs.”
Redpath and Company is 100% employee-owned (ESOP) and a leading certified public accounting firm providing proactive, innovative, and value-driven services for closely-held businesses, government entities, and not-for-profit organizations. The firm started operations in 1971, and with offices located in downtown St. Paul and White Bear Lake, Minnesota, the firm ranks as one of the top CPA firms in the Twin Cities with over 150 employees. Redpath and Company is an independent member of HLB International, a worldwide organization of professional accounting firms and advisors.
For more information, visit www.redpathcpas.com.