Working exclusively with so many clients in the not for profit sector across Australia gives us unique insight into the challenges and opportunities your organisation may be facing. Our highly qualified and experienced team are so versatile, we can help you with almost anything!
Whether its disruptive changes in your sector, needing to create efficiencies, looking for collaborative partners or needing some blue sky thinking, a fresh set of eyes could be exactly what the situation calls for.
Success begins at the top and we can ensure your Board is well supported by adding our expertise in:
Don’t let your set up let you down. Constitutions can become outdated, your eligibility for tax concessions can change and growth can mean operating in different jurisdictions.
There is a constant pressure on not for profit organisations to operate on limited resources. We can assist with organisational readiness for disruptive change, process improvement and improving compliance.
An organisation may need to wind up for various reasons, the cause is no longer relevant, a loss of funding or in some cases mismanagement. We have extensive experience guiding boards through the complexities of winding up their organisations.Talk to us
NFPAS is often approached by not for profit organisations to provide advice on various aspects of structure and legal compliance. Such was the case with an old scholars association which for over fifty years, had existed to support the students and ex-students of a private school.
The Committee of the association was particularly interested in receiving feedback and advice on the association’s income tax and GST status, the adequacy and limitations of its constitution and in general the financial position, performance and future sustainability.
The NFPAS team addressed each of these areas in turn and produced a detailed report for the Committee on the findings, which included financial modelling on the impacts to the organisation of making some constitutional and operational changes. A key aspect of the report was the provision of advice on the strategic goals and aims of the organisation that the Committee had set, and how the current constitution and finances were serving those larger aims.
The report was presented to the Committee and then discussed through a ‘question & answer’ presentation format.
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