VonLehman's Nonprofit Group understands the unique challenges and opportunities facing charitable and tax-exempt organizations. Since 1946, we have helped nonprofits of every type negotiate the push-pull between capacity and mission. As both CPAs and advisors, we are the trusted counselors to hundreds of arts, education, social service, healthcare, children care, senior care, religious and recreation organizations, associations and foundations throughout Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana.
Currently, we perform services for over 250 nonprofit agencies. We have more than 30 people dedicated to working in our Nonprofit Group providing audit, accounting, tax and consulting service expertise to clients. Our nonprofit team provides a breadth of service capabilities to our clients, based on the needs of each unique organization and mission.
With the increasing complexities of the nonprofit climate and industry, we understand your needs and struggles and take the time to be true consultative experts for not only our clients, but for every organization that contributes to the success of our communities. We have committed our experts to provide knowledge, support, and education so that you can continue to work on what is most important, your mission.
In addition to traditional services, VonLehman’s Nonprofit team provides a unique breadth of service capabilities to our Nonprofit clients, based on the needs of each unique organization and mission. In recent years, we’ve proactively identified, assessed, and implemented programs in areas such as:
In addition to the firm's commitment to community service, we're proud to support the mission of Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio (PBPO). As the first accounting firm to join as a corporate supporter, VonLehman's Nonprofit team has committed to volunteer to provide free accounting services for upstart nonprofits tailored to their business needs. Through our volunteering efforts in Cincinnati, Dayton and Northern Kentucky, PBPO's clients are stronger and better able to serve the underserved and disadvantaged.