Non-profit Financial Leadership – Indianapolis (IN)
You’ve got the strategy, the mission, and the vision set for your non-profit organization – and we know many non-profit leaders wear multiple hats. But to grow the organization, you need to know the ins and outs of running a business, too. The list of what non-profit organizations must do on an ongoing basis seems endless – but the good news is, you don’t have to go it alone.
Barnes Dennig works with more than 300 non-profits in our region, building strategies that help them advance their mission and thrive. We look beyond the numbers to identify trends and the opportunities they reveal, and work with you to help you make the most of every resource.
2024 Non-Profit Toolkit
The 2024 edition of our Non-Profit Toolkit is designed to help your organization thrive, with data on non-profit compensation & benefits in our region, insights into the megatrends shaping the future for non-profits, cybersecurity resources, and even a few success stories to inspire you.
Your cause, our commitment
As an Indiana non-profit, you can’t separate your passion for your cause from the constant need for money to fund it. And raising money is just the beginning.
You have to manage your cash flow. You have to report on your financial strength to meet increasing demands for transparency. All while navigating changing technology and accounting standards.
The good news is, you don’t have to do it alone.
We know the uncertainties non-profits face.
Barnes Dennig is an Indianapolis CPA and tax firm with in-depth experience helping you handle your day-to-day realities. Our cross-functional team can mitigate the effects of:
- Changing requirements for receiving and accounting for government funding and grants from foundations, which increase administrative costs and lower your reserves
- Loss of funding from major donors, which can be hard to recoup
- Fluctuating membership, which affects your cash flow and donor interest