By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | November 22, 2022

Launching A Strong Year-End Fundraising Campaign Amid Economic Uncertainty

Economic volatility is threatening many nonprofits’ financial outlook. Some may be experiencing poor returns on investments, while others may be navigating reduced donor contributions amid rising consumer costs.

By Amy Guerra | November 11, 2022

How Nonprofits Can Set Themselves Up for Success


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | September 22, 2022

BDO Forensic Investigation at an INGO

BDO’s recent investigation at an international non-governmental organization (INGO) yielded actionable insights into how nonprofits can protect themselves. A convergence of factors — including a lack of oversight, internal controls and segregation of duties — contributed to a...


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | July 22, 2022

What Your Peers Are Reading: BDO’s Top 10 blogs of 2022 (so far)

It might be difficult to believe, but we’re halfway through 2022. Nonprofits have spent the last six months operating amid dwindling federal relief, inspiring donors to contribute to their cause in the face of record-breaking inflation and working to attract and retain key...


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | June 30, 2022

How tech & culture support sustainability

During BDO’s event, “Top Challenges Facing Nonprofit Organizations Today,” Matthew Becker, a partner in BDO’s Nonprofit practice and Cathryn McAleavey, BDO FMA Managing Director, joined Citi, ADP and The Giving Block and 40 nonprofit industry leaders and discussed how...


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | May 20, 2022

The Future of Health & Human Services: A Tale of Two Worlds

Over the past two years, the importance of health and human services (HHS) organizations has been underscored like never before. While some organizations have experienced a surge in demand and revenue, an increase in the awareness of their mission, and an expansion of their...


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | May 12, 2022

New BDO Resources for Understanding Indirect Costs in Nonprofits

Many nonprofit organizations struggle financially because much of their funding comes from project grants that limit coverage of overhead or indirect costs, which include costs of essential tasks like planning, accounting, IT, facilities, human resource management, and...


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | April 22, 2022

Salary Increase Budgets Jump for Nonprofits

In the face of the “Great Resignation” and rising inflation, organizations are taking a second look at the size of their salary increase budgets. For the last decade, budgets for merit increases have hovered around 3%. Now, salary increase budgets are on the rise to levels not...


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | April 08, 2022

How Nonprofits Can Tap into Emerging Corporate Volunteering Trends

When COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, it marked the beginning of a tumultuous time in which uncertainty and confusion reigned. However, one bright spot did appear – people were inspired to give back to the world around them, and many nonprofits saw goodwill increase.


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | March 28, 2022

How to Select the ERP Software That’s Right for You

Nonprofits that make the right investments in technology can further their mission in an increasingly digitalized world, and the industry knows this: 60% of nonprofit organizations accelerated investments in technology in 2021.