Nonprofit organizations are facing challenging times. Ongoing pressure related to donor and membership funding is coupled with increasing restrictions and obligations from other grant funding sources. Rapidly changing technology impacts service delivery. Adding to your anxiety are unexpected changes to the economy and government regulations. In this kind of environment, you need an experienced advisor who can help you identify and avoid risk and take advantage of opportunities.

Enabling Nonprofits to Reach Their Mission-Driven Goals

Many accounting firms support nonprofit organizations as an afterthought. Few serve nonprofits as a focus. At EKS&H, our experienced professionals serve the nonprofit industry as a core part of our business—central to our company culture.

Our team of experts strives to become true business advisors to nonprofit organizations by providing informed and strategic audit, tax, and consulting services. We know how nonprofit organizations operate, we understand your special needs, and we excel in delivering services that contribute to your success.

We currently serve more than 125 local and national nonprofit clients, which include:


  • Private and community foundations
  • Health and human services organizations
  • Professional associations
  • Museums and cultural arts
  • Organizations involved with animal protection and the environment, religion, and fundraising

Our Reputation and Qualifications

With more than 40 nonprofit industry-focused professionals and five audit, tax, and consulting partners, our nonprofit practice is larger than all the local "niche" firms as well as many of the nonprofit groups within the national firms. We are proud to work with many of the most well-known nonprofit institutions in Denver and throughout the Rocky Mountain region.

Whether your organization needs help with financing, technology, taxes, or risk, you can be confident that we will focus on your vital interests and give you the strategic expertise and clear, solid recommendations you need to succeed.
EKS&H Partner Ann Hinkins

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How Nonprofit Board Members Can Become Fundraising Champions

Ann Hinkins

Effective boards are critical for keeping a nonprofit organization grounded, helping set expectations, and developing mission. But what is often overlooked is the importance of board members’ impact on fundraising. Read more »

Obligation or Opportunity? Transparency in Nonprofit Financials

Lisa Meacham

“Transparency. Accountability. Liability.” These words have permeated the media and our culture, and apply to government, business, as well as the important work of nonprofits. But beyond the buzz, what do these things actually mean? And how can these “obligations” turn into “opportunities” for you and your organization? Read more »

Improving Productivity and Reducing IT Expenses

Sean McBride

A large, faith-based social services organization with more than 75 employees was facing an unsustainable IT situation. As their services expanded to include new curriculum, the need for more reliable, mobile, and capable technology was also growing. At the same time, IT support costs were escalating to an unmaintainable level. Furthermore, outdated hardware and software were impacting productivity. Read more »

Financial Documents 101 for Nonprofit Board Members

Lisa Meacham

Serving on the board of directors for a nonprofit organization can be rewarding, especially for those who connect strongly with the organization’s mission. However, it is also a big responsibility that includes keeping an organization strategically on track. Read more »