The collaboration of our financial management saw a quick shift to better accounting systems, practices, data and planning.”
True Accounting really has been a 100% solution for us! They took the time to learn how our organisation works, then they introduced us to systems that would suit our needs… they’ve very much felt part of our team.”
“For us, the benefit of partnering with True Accounting is that they really understand not for profit accounting… which is obviously very different to dealing with a commercial corporation.”
“There are a lot of challenges being faced by the alcohol and drug support sector right now. There are major shifts in service delivery because of COVID-19… they need to make a lot of modifications to how they manage their finances.”
“When our finance manager left the organisation, we needed to find a new solution. We met the team at True Accounting and we knew they understood. Engaging their services has been the best decision!”
“We were having a sensational year… then in the third week of March our turnover dropped by 25%, and in the fourth week it had dropped by 50%. Following that, April was completely horrific…but with AFG’s assistance we have kept our nose above water.”
“As a result of moving to True Accounting we’ve become much more agile as a staff in financial management – knowing when we need to signal that we have some issues. It’s been so beneficial.”
The Deaf Society has been providing services and support to the community since 1913. For more than one hundred years, they have been helping deaf, deafblind, hard of hearing people and their families. Over this time they have become one of Australia’s leading providers of specialists services.
Co-Curious is a unique not for profit organisation in the Australian film and theatre industry. They recognise that much of the work produced by the entertainment industry doesn’t reflect the lived experience of Australians… and they are dedicated to providing a platform for the voices we rarely hear.
The Newtown Neighbourhood Centre has been providing essential community services for more than 40 years.
Like many local neighbourhood centres it was established during the Whitlam years and has a proud history of supporting people in need.
The National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy, or NASCA, works closely with young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The organisation focuses on building their confidence and empowering them to take opportunities while staying closely connected to their culture.
When Parkinson’s NSW engaged our NFP accounting services there was a lot of work to be done in order to modernise the financial aspects of the organisation. The accounting systems needed an overhaul in order to create a strong foundation for continued growth.