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CFO-level financial management that fosters operational success

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Complete nonprofit solutions that yield peace of mind

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Financial reporting and board presentations that inspire confidence

NPFM staff

Some of our professional staff



Matt Dapolito, CPA

Matt head shotMatthew Dapolito, CPA, has extensive experience in every aspect of nonprofit accounting, auditing, and exempt organization taxation issues. In addition, he is highly knowledgeable about the design of internal and financial reporting controls and regularly advises nonprofits on board governance and federal funding guidelines and regulations.  He has conducted numerous audits in accordance with OMB Circular A133 and has assisted his clients in developing systems to properly account for and comply with federal funding sources requirements.

Prior to founding NonProfit Fiscal Management, LLC (NPFM) in July 2011, Matthew was a partner at an accounting firm that specialized in providing audit, tax and business advisory services exclusively to not-for-profit organizations.   While in that role, Matthew developed a financial services outsourcing model designed to address many of the common challenges and opportunities that small-to-medium-sized nonprofits typically face.  This pioneering and cost-effective approach enables organizations to leverage their limited accounting department budgets to implement the same sophisticated financial systems utilized by organizations many times their size. With access to CFO-level expertise, these nonprofits and their boards enjoy a level of strategic service and support that would otherwise be beyond their reach.

Matthew established NPFM to make this unique financial services delivery model, which he has been providing to a growing number of organizations in the New York Tri-state area for over 10 years, available on a broader scale.  Some of his current clients include New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, Advocates for Children of New York, the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals, Make the Road New York, and the US Squash Association.

In 2009, Matthew was selected, along with a major New York City law firm, to join a task force of community and labor leaders and funders from the private and public sectors to work with the former management of NY Acorn to rebuild this vital community organizing nonprofit from the ground up.  This unique opportunity allowed him to develop and implement “best- practices” in financial reporting and internal control systems that gave private and public funders the confidence to invest in the now-thriving New York Communities for Change.

Matthew also shares his nonprofit expertise with his local community.  He served on the board of directors of United Way of Long Island for over 10 years.  In his capacity as a member of the board’s executive committee, as well as the chairman of the steering committee, he was instrumental in implementing safeguards to ensure that contributors’ donations are awarded only to financially sound and viable partner agencies.

Staci Greene, CPA

Staci Greene head shotStaci Greene, CPA, has 15 years of progressive corporate experience in various accounting and finance roles.

Staci began her career as an auditor for PricewaterhouseCoopers, where her clients included Verizon, Lucent, Dow Jones, and Rodale Press as well as non-profits such as the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the New School for Social Research.  She has since held various roles at Citigroup handling the firm’s quarterly SEC reporting, coordinating its issuance of unsecured debt and asset-backed securities, and implementing a company-wide saves tracking program.  She also worked at The Great A&P Tea Company, where she co-authored a recommendation to outsource the company’s distribution network to a third party vendor and oversaw the transition, which saved the company an estimated $40 million.  In addition, she has spent time as a Financial Controller for McGraw-Hill Professional and at MasterCard, where she led the firm’s monthly forecasting process.

Throughout this time, Staci has enjoyed volunteering at New York City non-profits such as Junior Achievement, Dorot, and New York Cares.  She also collaborates on the design of courses geared towards CPA licensees, including review of course materials and creation of review and test questions.  She enjoys working with organizations that make a difference in people’s lives.

Staci holds a B.S. in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.


Helping non profits

Strength in Numbers

Aside from being a catchy slogan, Strength in Numbers has many meanings when it comes to NPFM’s ability to close the financial expertise gaps that typically plague nonprofit organizations.
Every nonprofit has a unique blend of operating income sources and constraints.  Some funding streams are steady and recurring, while others must be renewed or replaced every year.  Some are simple and unrestricted; others come with many strings attached. Whatever your specific situation may be, we can help. NPFM provides nonprofit organizations of all sizes with the right guidance and support to build a stable, secure and diversified financial foundation.  From high-level executive management and board advisory services to on-site data entry, we work closely with our clients to implement planning, policy and process best practices that will enable you to achieve sustainable growth. Our goal is to give you peace of mind so you can focus your time and energy where it matters most – providing mission-critical programs and services to the communities you serve.
Complicated accounting requires specialized expertise.  We furnish part-time controllers, accountants and bookkeepers to nonprofit organizations that cannot afford to add full-time staff.  Our outsourced financial services provide our clients with:
  • Guidance on projecting revenue and cash flow
  • Complete financial reporting
  • Strategic planning
  • Counsel on satisfying (and thereby retaining) funding sources
  • Cost-effective solutions to operational issues


Matt has provided steady and reliable service to the Society of Corporate Secretaries & Governance Professionals as our designated CFO.  He was brought in and helped the Society navigate through a challenging time in our history.

Douglas K. Chia
Past Chairman of the Board (2014-2015)
Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals, Inc.

Nonprofits struggle on many fronts, but a professional and caring accounting firm is central to our peace of mind and our ability to build organizational capacity. NPFM is dedicated to providing professional services that advance community needs.

Elizabeth Yeampierre
Executive Director

Matt Dapolito of NonProfit Fiscal Management took our financial operations from a situation with limited controls and structure, and no ability to analyze and plan, to where we are today. We now have a fully integrated, complex but accessible, financial system and structure that provides the timely and accurate reporting that we need to manage our growing Association. Since the financials of any organization are the lifeblood of a healthy operation, the business value NPFM provides is incomparable since their services are able to scale from day-to-day bookkeeping all the way to high level strategic insight depending on the evolving needs of small to medium-sized non-profits. I would recommend NPFM to any organization that needs sophisticated financial management services.

Kevin Klipstein
Executive Director
U.S. Squash, Inc.

Matt Dapolito and his team at NonProfit Fiscal Management have brought our association a stronger, simpler financial management process, as well as high-quality insight on the more difficult financial reporting challenges. Matt is accessible, responsive, and works well both with our association staff and our board.

Kenneth Bertsch
Executive Director
The Society of Corporate Secretaries and Other Governance Professionals

I have had the advantage and pleasure of working with Matt and his team in two quite distinct contexts; in both cases NPFM has played an essential role. Matt helped lead a well-established mid-size legal services organization I directed on an interim basis through the unexpected loss of our executive director, who had previously shared CFO responsibilities with Matt. And currently Matt is working with the non-profit start-up I direct to build financial systems from the ground up. NPFM’s work has been forward-looking and very context-responsive; I recommend Matt and his team highly.

Miranda Massie
The Climate Museum


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