Brookfield, WI, - Every year SVA gives back to the community in a variety of ways. This year SVA supported the Hunger Task Force with a tax time peanut butter drive. From January 1 to the tax deadline, SVA donated a jar of peanut butter to the Hunger Task Force for every tax return they filed by April 15. Their tax team made the delivery of over 1400 jars of peanut butter to the Hunger Task Force on April 15.

Why peanut butter? Because peanut butter is the perfect food as it contains over 30 essential nutrients, can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and requires no refrigeration. SVA and the Hunger Task Force believe that every person has a right to adequate food obtained with dignity and donating peanut butter helps in this worthy cause. 

"Giving back to our community has always been and always will be important for SVA and our employees. Each year we support a number of local organizations and we are happy to support The Hunger Task Force," states Barb Ecklond, Principal-in-Charge of the Brookfield office. "Helping provide nutritious meals is always important for families in need. We appreciate all that The Hunger Task Force does to help our community and being a partner with them is truly rewarding for us."

To see the donation to the Hunger Task Force in action, visit

About SVA

Since our inception in 1974, we have focused on developing long-standing business relationships.  As our clients' businesses and personal interests have grown, we have increased our service offerings to meet their expanding needs.

Now 40 years later, SVA and its affiliates are recognized leaders offering a wide range of professional services including audit and accounting, tax, business information technologies, medical billing and coding, wealth management, trust and estate administration services.

The cornerstone of SVA will always remain the same, providing service and value to help our clients achieve measurable results, while exceeding their expectations.  SVA is not only dedicated to the clients we serve, we are dedicated to the communities we serve, maintaining a long tradition of involvement and support.

SVA is headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, employs over 400 staff, and has additional offices in Milwaukee and Appleton, Wisconsin and Rockford, Illinois.

About Hunger Task Force

Hunger Task Force believes that every person has a right to adequate food obtained with dignity. Hunger Task Force works to prevent hunger and malnutrition by providing food to people in need today and by promoting social policies to achieve a hunger free community tomorrow.

Locally founded, locally funded and locally run, for nearly 40 years we have been feeding Milwaukee. We've been a voice for the hungry, promoting socially sound policies that could end hunger in our community. We were founded in 1974 by a group of concerned parents worried about children going to school hungry. Then, in 1977, we responded to community need by opening a food bank to distribute free food to local charities that feed the hungry.

Hunger Task Force depends upon community support to operate. More than 5,000 people volunteer each year, putting their time and talent to work across all areas of the agency. Because we charge no fees and receive no United Way funding, most of our budget is raised through ongoing solicitations from foundations, corporations, labor unions and individuals.