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On-Demand Webinar: Maximizing and Accounting for Not-For-Profit Revenue Sources

 

This session was hosted by Blue & Co. and Ashley|Rountree and Associates on Thursday, February 25 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EST. This webinar is Maximizing and Accounting for Not-For-Profit Revenue Sources.

This webinar is part of a two-part series discussing unique funding opportunities and issues related to revenue sources for not-for-profit organizations. The first part of the series focused on assets provided to the not-for-profit through contributions.

The panelists discussed:

  • Best practices for fundraising in 2021
  • The current state of giving and trends for 2021
  • Recording and accounting of contributions under generally accepted accounting principles
  • Requirements such as grant compliance and single audits

Duration: 1 hour

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Speakers:

  • Jeff Ashley, Founder & President
    Ashley|Rountree and Associates
    Jeff Ashley has more than 30 years of non-profit leadership, management and fund development experience. He has assisted numerous organizations in raising over $1 billion throughout his career. Previously he served as Vice President for University Advancement for Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky. During his tenure, Spalding completed its first comprehensive capital campaign, raising $15.3 million on a $10 million goal. Prior to that, Ashley served as Director of Major Gifts for the University of Louisville’s “Challenge for Excellence” Campaign, playing a leadership role in directing the silent and public phases of the campaign that raised over $340 million on a $200 million goal. He was also Executive Director / Director of Advancement for the Trinity High School Foundation.
  • Judy Simpson, CPA, Audit Manager
    Blue & Co., LLC

    Judy Simpson graduated from the University of Kentucky with a double major in Accountancy and Finance and has been with our Blue & Co. since then. Judy is an audit manager in our Lexington, Kentucky office. Judy loves serving her clients and being the person that you can call upon when questions arise She has 8 years of experience working with various not-for-profits. The majority of her time is now focused on the not-for-profit industry. In addition to client work, she works hands-on with several Kentucky organizations serving on various boards and committees including serving as Board Treasurer for the Kentucky Nonprofit Network. In addition, she is a part of our firm’s not-for-profit niche group team and sits on the Not-For-Profit Committee for the Kentucky CPA Society.

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