Not-for-profit organizations don’t lose as much to occupational fraud as for-profit businesses do. According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners’ (ACFE’s) 2018 Report to the Nations, not-for-profits lost a median amount of $75,000 during the 21-month study period, compared with $164,000 for private for-profit companies. Yet few not-for-profit budgets can afford a $75,000 shortfall or the bad publicity associated with fraud.

A photo of grey padlocks on a red metal fence to show why Not-for-Profits need protection from fraud.

Here’s how not-for-profits open the door to occupational fraud — and how your organization can shut it.


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Many not-for-profit youth sports leagues are at risk for fraud and don’t even know it. Cash transactions are common and leagues are typically managed by volunteers with little oversight, it’s easy for crooked individuals to take advantage of the situation. Unfortunately, sports league fraud is usually committed by well known and respected board members or