The average fraud loss in a Nonprofit Organization is $75,000.
$75,000. What could your Nonprofit do with that kind of money?
Perhaps you found Stop Nonprofit Fraud because you were curious about a link. Perhaps you found us because you feel as if something isn’t quite right at your Nonprofit Organization and you can’t quite put your finger on it. Perhaps you found us because you are new to your position and want to be the best Board Member you can be.
You’ve come to the right place.
My name is Tiffany Couch & I have dedicated my 20+ year accounting career to helping organizations of all sizes deter and uncover fraud. And over that span, I have mastered the key distinctions on how fraud happens, who commits it, and how to prevent it.
I have also come to find that Nonprofit organizations are particularly vulnerable to fraud.
You may be thinking that “Fraud can’t happen here.” Please don’t make that mistake! As you will learn, no organization is immune, and it is often those with the “best and most trusted” employees and volunteers that suffer the most devastating losses.
Watch the brief video above as I tell you about one of those clients who suffered financial losses of nearly $90,000 - at the hands of a most beloved employee.
We know the devastating financial and emotional losses fraud brings. We know your uncertainty in reading and understanding your financial information. And we also know that a few basic concepts and tools can empower you to make sound financial decisions and reduce your fraud risk all at the same time.
Welcome to Stop Nonprofit Fraud – the Board Members’ Blueprint. We are here to educate and empower you, and we can’t wait to get started.