2019 United Way Community Kickoff Breakfast and Day of Caring

The Heart of Illinois United Way will officially kickoff our 2019 campaign with a breakfast featuring guest speaker Tim Stiles with KPMG (see bio below). Following the breakfast, volunteers are invited to participate in our Day of Caring featuring numerous community-wide volunteer opportunities and a food drive.

Date/Time: Friday, September 6 | 7:30 am – 9:00 am breakfast
Location: Breakfast at Peoria Civic Center
Reservations: Open July 30

About Our 2019 Kickoff Breakfast Speaker

Timothy Stiles, KPMG in the U.S., Global Chair, International Development Assistance Services

Timothy Stiles, KPMG in the U.S., Global Chair, International Development Assistance Services

Timothy Stiles is the National Practice Leader of KPMG’s tax-exempt practice and the Global Chair of KPMG’s International Development Assistance Services (IDAS) practice. He is responsible for delivery of services to not-for-profit organizations and foundations participating in the program.

With more than 25 years of experience providing services to tax-exempt organizations, Tim has worked with a range of clients including social service organizations, institutions of higher education, hospitals, governmental entities, museums, foundations, funding agencies, multi- and bi-lateral entities, and other organizations with local, national, and multinational operations.

Tim focuses exclusively on serving not-for-profit organizations, assisting organizations in making grants and funding projects for a variety of charitable purposes in over 145 countries on six continents. His program at KPMG has participated in more than 4,000 grants and projects valued at more than US $6,000,000,000.

Tim is also a member of KPMG International’s Governmental steering committee, the founding partner of KPMG’s International tax-exempt services, a member of the KPMG US Diversity Advisory Board, and is located in the US firm’s NYC office. Tim is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and holds CPA licenses in California, New York, and Washington.

Areas of expertise:

  • Funding Agencies and International Development
  • Government and Public Sector
  • International Development Assistance Services
  • International, Not-for-Profit, and Non-Government Organizations

KPMG helps nonprofit organizations of all sizes meet their operational (financial management, reporting and governance) needs including educational institutions, hospitals, membership organizations, associations. KPMG helps organizations seek most efficient ways to manage resources while helping to ensure transparency and accountability to the public, regulatory bodies and the members or founders that support them.