In neighborhoods across the country, nonprofits play a critical role—now more than ever. Nonprofits bridge the gap between what communities need and what they can afford. They bring arts and culture to under-served regions and support education, economic development, health care, and trade.
Since our founding, Brady Ware has served the nonprofit community with passion and dedication. We understand the unique financial and operational challenges nonprofits face, and we know how to help you fulfill your mission. Many of our partners and managers serve on nonprofit boards, and this commitment helps us anticipate your needs and strengthen your services.
|We help nonprofit clients by providing consulting and accounting services that:|
|Build endowments through financial planning, enhanced fundraising, and working with donors to leave planned gifts|
|Perform strategic planning, including refining your mission and services, developing budgets, recruiting executive staff and board members, and collaborating with other nonprofits|
|Evaluate operations with an eye toward efficiency, helping you maximize the impact of limited resources|
|Perform cost-effective audits, in collaboration with our dedicated team of nonprofit auditors|
|Ensure compliance with changing tax laws, accounting rules, and regulations|
|File Form 990 accurately and in a timely manner|
|Secure and maintain a tax-exempt status|
Brady Ware specialists work side by side with more than 100 nonprofit organizations. Our team helps associations, social-service providers, religious groups, foundations, cultural organizations, and more to serve their communities powerfully and effectively.
Today’s economic environment makes it more important than ever for nonprofit organizations to build solid foundations for the future to ensure that they will be able to accomplish their core missions.
At Brady Ware, we understand the strategic components that make nonprofit organizations strong. Our nonprofit teams are dedicated to making communities stronger by providing expert advice to local nonprofit organizations. We have helped more than 100 nonprofit organizations better understand where they are today and where they need to be in order to survive and thrive in tomorrow’s uncertain circumstances. We believe so strongly in this strategic approach that we developed a proprietary process to accelerate our learning about your organization.
|How Take Five Works|
|Performed by Brady Ware Nonprofit Specialists|
|Onsite at Your Facility|
|Takes Only a Few Hours|
|Provides Summary of Observations|
“We value Brady Ware as advisors. Their expertise and their understanding of our mission make them great partners.”
Leo E. Dudgale, III, CFO
Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley
Economic challenges and a rapidly changing world have forced mission-driven organizations to do more with less. Delivering on your mission can be difficult in the present, and contemplating long-term sustainability can sometimes be overwhelming. A solid near-term strategy can address current issues and provide a solid foundation for the future.
Many independent consultants offer comprehensive strategic reviews that stretch into the distant future, involve days of meetings, and cost tens of thousands of dollars. Brady Ware’s Strategic Planning addresses only the next three years, the critical period that can make or break an organization.
The go-to source for what’s REALLY happening in the world of nonprofit communications and fundraising
NonprofitMarketingGuide.com compiled this report from the answers of 625 nonprofit professionals who took their 2020 Nonprofit Communications Trends Survey in November 2019.
They answered these and other questions:
Which communications strategies are the biggest priorities (e.g., content marketing, advertising, word of mouth marketing, permission-based marketing, etc.)? What social media strategies do you use? How big is your communications team and budget? What structure does your communications team have? What will your next annual report look like? Is communications valued as strategic within your nonprofit and is your professional expertise respected?