Helping you achieve your vision, mission and goals for the future
Nonprofits are the cornerstone to building stronger communities. They serve the underserved, spark mission-driven innovation and help professionals thrive in their careers.
In today’s environment, nonprofits are facing big challenges. Most struggle with uncertain funding. For many, donors are fatigued, and members aren’t as engaged. Yet nonprofits are also experiencing some of the most exciting opportunities and growth trajectories ever.
Leaders in nonprofit consulting
As one of the most experienced nonprofit consulting firms in the country, Wipfli knows that for your organization to excel, you need great leadership, financial growth and the right technologies to fuel your effectiveness and find the talent to execute your mission.
We can help. We’ve developed volunteer management systems that make a huge difference in nonprofit efficiency. We’ve helped nonprofits navigate changing compliance regulations and optimize their team’s skills. No matter what your needs are, Wipfli’s nonprofit specialists bring experience, knowledge and best practices to empower your organization and allow you to focus on what matters most.
Types of nonprofits we serve
- Professional and trade associations: Wipfli helps business and professional associations better focus on the interests of their members and industries.
- Federally funded human service agencies: We help organizations — including community action agencies and Head Start programs — remain strong to better deliver services to those who need them the most.
- Community-based nonprofits: We work with community-based organizations to strengthen community programs and maximize volunteer efforts.
- Foundations: Wipfli helps public and private foundations capitalize on donor, grant and fundraising strategies.
Featured Thought Leader
Kathleen DuBois, M.A.
Kathleen DuBois is the incoming industry leader of Wipfli’s nonprofit and government practice, serving clients nationally and internationally. Her role entails leading the vision, strategy, operations and resources of the overall practice. During her career, Kathleen has partnered with executives, boards, government officials and staff to guide strategic plans, establish financials, mobilize teams, launch marketing efforts and manage complex projects.