Accounting Services & Financial Advice

Outsource Accounting

Nonprofit organizations throughout the Greater Twin Cities Metro Area work with our accounting & finance consultants to obtain solid accounting systems, accurate records, timely financial statements, and successful accounting projects, such as preparing your annual tax forms. Our services provide leaders, board treasurers and board members with the management information required to make good decisions and satisfy the requirements of funders and the government regulators. For more details, click here

Open Office Hours

When nonprofits need a trusted advisor, we are here to help. Nonprofits Assistance Fund provides financial assistance to help nonprofits answer immediate questions, increase financial understanding to develop effective financial practices. Schedule a session with our staff on a specific financial topic and bring your questions. Our strategic financial guidance will help you move forward.

Nonprofits Assistance Fund’s Open Office Hours are right for you if you have questions about your nonprofit’s finances. Take the opportunity to sit down with one of our financial experts to discuss a specific financial situation.

Nonprofits can schedule one hour sessions in-person or by phone. To schedule an appointment, please call us at 612.278.7180. We also offer Open Office Hours consultation via phone for Grand Rapids.

We provide strategic financial guidance and technical assistance to nonprofit staff on a variety of nonprofit financial topics, including:













Clients are encouraged to bring (for in-person meetings) or email (for phone sessions) relevant reference materials for use during your session, including financial reports, budgets or audits. NAF financial experts may not have the opportunity to review the materials in advance.

"What’s been so great about working with NAF is that they understand nonprofits—whether it’s cash flow, donor behavior, philanthropic giving—and the importance of our mission. If it were not for their support during a critical time for our organization, we would not have been able to open our doors as soon as we did."

Michelle Silverman, CEO, Gilda's Club Twin Cities