As a not for profit organisation, the responsibility of receiving donations from the public is a significant one and is not treated lightly by regulatory bodies. Proving that your not for profit organisation handles donated dollars ethically, is compliant at all times and worthy of charity and/or deductible gift recipient (DGR) status, is an ongoing responsibility.
Given the unique regulatory, governance and compliance requirements for not for profits, sophisticated financial governance is a must. Stricter controls on how money is spent, and extensive financial reporting obligations and audit requirements, mean that not for profit organisations need to be thorough when it comes to their finances.
We offer an expert blend of strategic financial and business advice, grounded in real world business experience, to help your organisation achieve its goals.
Working with an accounting partner who understands the unique requirements in the not for profit sector and has experience working with other not for profit organisations is extremely valuable.
Keeping Company is an award-winning accounting and bookkeeping firm providing world-class bookkeeping and accounting services to not for profits and businesses in Australia. With years of impactful experience, working with over 35 not for profits in the last decade, we know what it takes for a not for profit to successfully navigate regulatory complexities, remain compliant and create robust financial conditions to remain sustainable and thrive.
Keeping Company is trusted by many of Australia’s leading entrepreneurs and business leaders to take their businesses to the next level. We have an incredible track record of success.
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Since working with Keeping Company, Coassemble has grown 100% year on year and is now preparing for a Series B funding round. Keeping Company has been a strategic guide, stepping in as CFO in Coassemble’s time of need. Coassemble is a fast-growing Newcastle-headquartered software start-up that transforms the experience of creating online learning for teams, customers or clients to make...
With the guidance and support of Keeping Company, flight school Fly Oz has positioned itself for massive growth – doubling the value of the business and becoming a FEE-HELP approved education provider – all amid the toughest economic conditions the industry has ever seen. Fly Oz is a leading flight training school based in Cowra, NSW, providing advanced pilot license...
Cloud contact centre startup, CloudWave, turned to Keeping Company for a more granular approach to their financials when preparing for a capital raise. With Keeping Company’s help, they would go on to raise $2 million and take the business to the next level.
On the cusp of exponential growth, cult Sugar free foods brand Noshu needed to up their financial game to take them to the next level. Find out how Keeping Company’s sophisticated financial governance for Noshu has enabled the company to grow by an incredible 187%
Innovative vitamin and supplements brands, Bondi Vite and PILLAR Performance, set out to modernise their finances to support their fast growth trajectory. Keeping Company was a partner in their success - and not just on the accounting front.
Cann Global is a major disruptor in the Australian and global cannabis industries, set to take the multi billion dollar global market by storm. Find out how Keeping Company has armed the innovator with the financial know-how to take the next step.
Keeping Company is more than just Year13’s accounting firm. We’re their virtual CFO, business advisor, mentor, friend and biggest supporter. Find out how we’ve seen Year13 through some major highs and lows including two successful capital raises, exponential growth and a life threatening motorcycle accident which left the CEO out of action for several months.
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