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Not for Profit

There are more than 600,000 Not for Profit (NFP) organisations in Australia alone, competing for public donations and government funding.

A lack of sufficient funding and resources (growth capital) to build strong and healthy organisations is hindering the NFP sector from leveraging its assets and knowledge to improve, grow and scale its most successful and effective organisations.

NFPs operate in a complex and changing social, economic and political landscape. Meeting these challenges and at the same time retaining clear, transparent and robust accounting, tax and business structures, procedures and processes is becoming more difficult, requiring an expertise and knowledge base not always found inside the organisation.

As accountants and business advisors who understand the complex issues, Pitcher Partners is able to offer NFPs solutions that have been tailored to meet their specific needs.

NFPs have the same level of accountability and require the same degree of robustness as large corporate and commercial operations, and the same rules apply to them, no matter what their size.

By working with Pitcher Partners, NFPs will have access to the same high standards of accountability and quality assurance as our major commercial clients and the corresponding inherent benefits that brings.

Government has imposed increasing accountability requirements on NFPs, which has stretched their resources, especially for smaller organisations that do not have the resources to employ full-time quality assurance officers, or accounting professionals, or have the capacity to allocate staff across several projects.

NFPs know that the complexity and expertise of the financial services they are provided with by Pitcher Partners will match their organisation’s need – from hands-on financial reporting support to practical advice and solutions, that provide the most streamlined and easy to follow procedures and systems in keeping with the requirements and skill level of the organisation.

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