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    NONPROFIT FINANCIAL CONSULTING

    We understand the unique strategic and financial challenges inherent in nonprofit settings, and can work with you to provide the financial leadership required to move forward with your mission.

WORKING FOR GOOD: It’s a lot of work.

501Commons-SealOur experienced team can help you evaluate your financial situation, identify necessary improvements, and strengthen your organization for the future. We understand the unique strategic and financial challenges inherent in nonprofit settings, and can work with you to provide the financial leadership required to move forward with your mission.

  • Is your organization thriving and growing, but finding it hard to keep up with increasing demands for stronger financial management?
  • Are unpredictable contributions and investments jeopardizing your mission?
  • Do you need help with donor management, compliance, or audits?
  • Do you know you need “more” financial expertise, but wonder how you can afford it?

Our approach includes both consultants and recruiting, and means you pay for only the experience you need — whether that is a few hours per week, a few days per month, or a full-time, permanent person at the controller or CFO level.

Look at the information in the Nonprofit menu for the details, then give us a call. Whatever your current challenge, we can help you find the right solution to generate outstanding results.

A Partnership between CFO Selections and The Nonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO) - Helping Not for profits grow.

NAO

CFO Selections® is very proud to be Partnered with the Nonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO) to assist NAOs members with part time, interim and project CFO assistance as well as CFO Selections Executive Search services.

As the sector-wide network representing all Oregon nonprofits, the Nonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO) works across the state to strengthen and connect nonprofit leaders, organizations, and the sector as a whole. NAO accomplishes this by giving voice to the collective achievements and aspirations of nonprofits; growing organizational and leadership capacity and diversity; and facilitating knowledge exchange among nonprofits and across the nonprofit, public, and private sectors. Building on its rich history of capacity building over more than three decades, NAO ensures a future in which Oregon nonprofits are visible and valued as essential contributors to our society.

For additional information about NAO, please contact Amy Callahan at 503-239-4001, ext. 103 or by email at acallahan@nonprofitoregon.org.


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