Not-for-Profit

PRIMARY CONTACTS: Kimberly L. James CPA (Columbus), Staci Brogan CPA (Pittsburgh), Eugene Logan CPA (Columbus), Lauren Weddell CPA (Pittsburgh)

Our Not-for-Profit industry group was created to garner the combined insights of professionals from multiple firm disciplines, creating an energized dialogue through our regularly scheduled meetings and seminars. This results in fresh ideas, as well as a comprehensive understanding of issues facing nonprofit organizations today. Schneider Downs understands that not-for-profit organizations, as stewards of charitable assets, are accountable to numerous constituencies: boards of directors or trustees, donors, grantors, regulatory authorities and the public.

Gathering the information required to make informed decisions is only the start of the service we provide. What sets our Not-for-Profit Advisory Practice apart is a commitment to making sure our clients know how to put this information to use. We provide assurance, tax, advisory and technology consulting services (including not-for-profit fund accounting software) to large and small nonprofits and their boards. We understand the challenges of not-for-profit funding and business environments, and are committed to assisting each unique organization in achieving its mission and sustaining public support.

We advise a range of not-for-profits including, but not limited to:

  • Higher Education
  • Private Foundations
  • Museums
  • Human and Social Service Organizations
  • Religious and Community Organizations

Insight and Guidance for Not-for-Profit Best Practices
Schneider Downs advises over 340 tax-exempt organizations, including many of the regions premier cultural organizations. Members of our Not-for-Profit Advisory Practice include those who've formerly held key positions within the not-for-profit sector and those who've dedicated much of their careers to serving not-for-profits. Such sustained involvement allows us to provide valuable insights and guidance on emerging issues facing not-for-profits.

case studies

 
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big thinking:
Company impacted by ransomware.
 
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big thinking:
Inefficient tax credit realization.
our thoughts on
ASU 2021-03 – Private Company and Not-For-Profit Updates to Evaluating Goodwill Impairment Triggering Events
What is a SOC Report and Who Needs One?
What are the differences between a SOC for Cybersecurity examination and a SOC 2 examination?
IFRS Conversion Considerations: Revenue Recognition
IFRS Conversion Considerations: Provisions, Contingencies and Subsequent Events
contact us
Map of Pittsburgh Office
Pittsburgh

One PPG Place, Suite 1700
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

[email protected]
p:412.261.3644     f:412.261.4876

Map of Columbus Office
Columbus

65 East State Street, Suite 2000
Columbus, OH 43215

[email protected]
p:614.621.4060     f:614.621.4062

Map of Washington Office
Washington, D.C.

1660 International Drive, Suite 600
McLean, VA 22102

[email protected]
p:571.380.9003

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