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LOS ANGELES ACCOUNTING FIRM GREEN HASSON JANKS EMPOWERS NONPROFIT LEADERS WITH TOOLS FOR SUSTAINED S


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Los Angeles, CA, December 8, 2016… Green Hasson Janks, the prominent Los Angeles accounting firm, has released their Top 10 insights on strategy, vision, sustainability, marketing, operations, branding, board oversight, financial and legal compliance and creating a positive work culture at non-profits. For more than 30 years, Green Hasson Janks has specialized in serving clients in the nonprofit world.

The firm is considered to be one of the premier accounting firms for nonprofits in Southern California. Nine of the top 25 private foundations in Southern California trust Green Hasson Janks with their business needs.

Here is the list:

  1. Lack of a fundraising board

  2. Staff morale/turnover

  3. Inadequate reserves

  4. No succession or leadership development plan

  5. Internal controls

  6. Marketing and communications

  7. Stagnant of falling revenues

  8. Compliance with government contracts

  9. Inability to attract new and diverse board members

  10. Program efficiency/impact measurements

Following the survey being tabulated, Donella Wilson, Partner and Nonprofit Practice Leader at Green Hasson Janks completed a whitepaper on the survey. To download your electronic copy of the whitepaper click here.

Ms. Wilson says, “Our survey and research for our whitepaper offered opportunities to engage in eye-opening conversations and we are proud that our whitepaper addresses the issues in intricate detail.” Art delaCruz, COO of Team Rubicon USA, spoke candidly about the struggles of operating a nonprofit that supports veterans and provides disaster relief by pairing the experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams. Wendy Garen, President and CEO of The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation; Deidre Lind, President of the Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles; and Renata Simril, President and CEO of LA84 Foundation all contributed methods of averting and minimizing risk as well as crisis management.

Matt Asner, Vice President of Development for Autism Society of America; Matthew King, Communications Director for Heal the Bay; and Faye Washington, President and CEO of YWCA Greater Los Angeles also represented their organizations and talked about how reputational risk translates across various missions and goals.

For more than 30 years, Green Hasson Janks has specialized in serving clients in the nonprofit world. The firm is considered to be one of the premier accounting firms for nonprofits in Southern California. Nine of the top 25 private foundations in Southern California trust Green Hasson Janks with their business needs.

Green Hasson Janks was ranked the 18th largest CPA firm in Los Angeles County in 2016 and was recently named 121st in INSIDE Public Accounting’s list of the Top 200 Largest Accounting Firms in the U.S. Since 1953, the firm has taken a personalized and collaborative approach to each of their clients, and has offered comprehensive services that include accounting, auditing, management consulting, tax planning and compliance.

In addition to their nonprofit clients, Green Hasson Janks serves a variety of industries and has a specialized focus on entertainment and media businesses and food and beverage companies. The staff offers expertise in transaction advisory and strategic planning. Green Hasson Janks has a deep commitment to supporting local communities. Volunteerism is a key part of their founding principles and the company supports several organizations as volunteers and as tax and audit professionals.

MEDIA INQUIRIES: To request an interview with a Green Hasson Janks spokesperson, please contact Amy Levy PR at 310-444-5250.

Please visit greenhassonjanks.com for additional information.


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