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Every Nonprofit is required to have a board. It should be easy to find people who believe in your mission and want to assist your organization, right?

Well let’s focus on who makes up your board. Most boards are comprised of business owners, leaders, and executives of the community. They’re busy people and their time and attention is in high demand. You want these types of people on your board because they don’t require a lot of hand holding.

How do you keep your proactive board focused and involved so you stay at the top of the priority list? Read more

Your mission is to serve the community. Without money, you cannot achieve this goal.  You work hard to be awarded grants for your organization, and your mission is going great!

Fast forward in time to where the State is late reimbursing you on the funds you spent for the grants last month. Due dates for your organization’s bills are getting close and still no reimbursement. As an Executive Director or Board Member, you want to achieve your organization’s mission so you move some money around to ensure that the bills are paid and everything continues to flow as smoothly as possible.

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Donation Matters

WHAT you do after you have your donor’s check in hand matters more now than ever before.

Why?  Donors want to feel a part of your mission and they want transparency.

What happens next?

Someone from your office mails them a generic thank you card saying their donation was appreciated and is tax deductible.  Good enough?  Not even close.

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Why do we specialize in Nonprofit accounting?

After serving as the fiscal officer in a nonprofit, Ronda understands how these organizations are the heart of our communities. The people and volunteers that work in nonprofit organizations give themselves tirelessly to the causes and people that they serve.

Most non profits operate with stretched resources, limited administration and operations overhead and every employee wears many hats.

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