FCAA agency-wide audit results released
Fulmont Community Action Agency, Inc., a private non-profit organization providing early childhood educational services, home weatherization, WIC nutrition, and other emergency and ongoing community services in Fulton and Montgomery Counties, has announced the results of its recent agency-wide audit, according to a news release.
As a federally-funded grantee, Fulmont is required to obtain an in-depth audit on an annual basis. This year’s audit took place over several days in early December.
At Fulmont’s Board of Directors meeting held on Feb. 3, Kent Stancliff, CPA, of EFPR Group, LLP presented the results of the audit. Stancliff indicated an unmodified audit with no findings, that is a “clean audit.” In addition, there were no recommendations.
Fulmont has had a “clean audit” for over 20 consecutive years.
“Receiving the highest audit opinion possible reflects the agency’s commitment to excellence in financial management,” said Fulmont CFO David Schissler. “Our services have helped thousands of local residents, and continued confidence in our financial operations will enable Fulmont to continue to promote self-sufficiency, along with improving the quality of life for many in our communities.”
Fulmont Executive Director Denis E. Wilson, Sr., said of the audit, “I’d like to recognize the efforts of our past CFO, Patrick Martin, CPA, the fiscal staff, as well as all other management staff, for helping us to achieve this status. This is proof of our excellent financial position, and it highlights the strength of our agency and gives confidence to our funding sources and donors, both current and potential.”
“The executive staff and employees at Fulmont are to be commended for another fantastic audit. Their continued pursuit to be the best they can be as they serve the community is on display every day. This agency is something the entire community can take pride in,” Fulmont Board Chairperson Mark Ford said.