The Scleroderma Foundation Explains How Auditors Improve the Organization

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In this video from The MFA Companies, the CEO of the Scleroderma Foundation, Robert Riggs, talks a little about what the organization does for its members. He explains that the non-profit sector is growing and becoming one of the biggest sectors in the workforce.

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The Scleroderma Foundation has 22 chapters around the country and is the leading non-profit organization to fund scleroderma research. Rigg explains that to improve the organization they enlisted the help of independent auditors, The MFA Companies, who help to strengthen the foundation and improve transparency and management of the different chapters.

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