The Moynihan Fund seeks to honor the memory of our past President David J. Moynihan, who was a champion of providing educational opportunities to young adults-whether in high school, college or just starting out in their careers- and has been directly responsible of helping hundreds of young people enroll in college and, even more, to become licensed certified public accountants. We are committed to continuing the work he started and grow this newly established fund in his honor.
Help hardworking students who want to follow in Dave’s footsteps. Please make a secure donation today.
The Moynihan Fund is administered by the NYSSCPA’s Foundation for Accounting Education (FAE), Inc., a 501(c)(3) organization.
Please contact Robert Valencia at email@example.com with any questions (212) 719-8379.
History of The Moynihan Fund
Established in 2015, The Moynihan Fund honors the memory of NYSSCPA past-president David J. Moynihan (1955-2015), a staunch advocate for educational opportunities. The Moynihan Fund supports the Foundation for Accounting Education’s (FAE) student programs:
COAP—The Career Opportunities in the Accounting Profession program is a unique program that introduces high school students of color to accounting and business careers. The programs take place on college campuses across New York State. For some participants, this is their first visit to a college. COAP features a carefully-tailored curriculum, presented by successful CPA and business leaders, as well as field trips to accounting firms, local businesses, and governmental agencies. Every year, more than 200 students benefit from your generosity.
Excellence in Accounting Scholarship—Open to accounting majors at New York State colleges, scholarships are based on economic need and scholastic achievement. Thanks to generous contributors, more than 75 worthy students were awarded scholarships this past year.