About Beyond Profit
Accountancy and governance support to charities
Beyond Profit offers accountancy and governance support to charities, to help them improve their financial and governance processes, become more efficient, and grow their reach.
Whether you need a virtual finance director, a charity accountant, a bookkeeper, or support with your charity payroll, Beyond Profit will be able to help you, allowing you to get on with the important work of running your charity and supporting your beneficiaries.
If you want to develop your board of trustees, improve your charity governance, or learn how to better identify and manage risk, Beyond Profit can offer the skills and expertise you need.
At Beyond Profit we have extensive experience of developing and nurturing newly established, small, and medium-sized charities, enabling them to improve their approach to finance and governance. Our help will make your charity more resilient and sustainable, so you can keep making a difference.
Authentic and friendly
What you see is what you get. We are not your typical accountants. Friendly and approachable we take a client-centric approach to focus on your finance, risk and governance needs. As one client put it we don’t do drama we do action.
Having worked in the charity sector since 2003, overseeing many different functions we have a wide variety of knowledge and experience of the issues that impact charities. Whilst we can’t claim to know if all we do know where to look.
Open and honest
We tell you how it is and make sure that you understand your finances, any gaps in your governance and support you to fill the gaps.
When we say we are going to get something done, then we do it.
We really care about charities and the positive impact they have on society. This passion shows through the added value we can bring to your charity; understanding the idiosyncrasies of charity finance, governance, and structure and how these differ from the private sector. We understand the balance of impact versus the financials. We also practice what we preach, allowing colleagues to take paid time off to undertake volunteering such as being a charity trustee.