Many private or charter schools, common interest realty associations and labor unions are on RBF’s not-for-profit client roster. Now, these organizations must be run like best-of-breed companies. What's more, forging an organizational culture that will thrive despite austere regulation takes more than “best practices” policies and procedures; it takes the right people. RBF offers not only a full service approach, but sensitivity to what makes the not-for-profit organization a “different animal.”


RBF Assists Not-for-profit Organizations by:

  • Initiating formation of not-for-profit organizations
  • Board of directors education, training and organizing
  • Financial personnel recruitment
  • Employee benefit plan consulting
  • Fundraising source and procedures planning
  • Negotiations with lending sources
  • Optimizing related party transactions
  • Budgeting, projections and forecasting


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