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Fraud Proofing your Nonprofit Organization

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Length: 2 hours 32 minutes

During periods of economic downturn, individuals and businesses alike feel the pinch of financial stress. Crime and particularly white-collar crime increases. People teetering on the edge of honesty may fall over the edge and rationalize taking advantage of others. Individuals and businesses need to be prepared; no one is immune. Prepare yourself with good financial controls and encourage a healthy workplace attitude that questions business transactions and processes. With all the challenges nonprofit organizations face today, the last thing you need is a public/donor relations campaign to deal with a fraud issue. Avoid a situation that could literally sink your organization.

In this course, you will:


  1. Understand the fraud triangle and how and why fraud is committed.
  2. Learn how to implement good financial controls and procedures.
  3. Discover how to promote a healthy questioning attitude in the workplace.



Roland Radack, Vice President of Community Relations at Deseret Management Corporation and Executive Director of the LDS Foundation

Christine Arthur, Managing Partner and CPA of Arthur & Associates

Brian Sheets, Chief Financial Officer of Great Salt Lake Council, Boy Scouts of America

Stephanie Jensen, Executive Director of Salt Lake Donated Dental Services

Nancy Basinger, Ph.D., Service-Learning Manager at the University of Utah Lowell Bennion Community Service Center

Produced By:

Utah Nonprofits Association