What We Do
Non-profit accounting is our core competecy. Therefore, we offer a wide range of accounting services.
Good management is essential. That’s why we offer a variety of these services to ensure financial wellbeing.
We can help with all the necessary steps, paperwork and legality of starting a non-profit organization.
We process your donations, update database information and send out your thank-you letters
We help increase organizational strength by creating strategic alliances with other organiztaions.
We help manage all of client’s assets in one place using time and cost effective simplicity backed by security.
- Non-profit specialization
- Lower cost
- Integrity and reliability
- Over 35 years of experience
- Confidentiality and dependability
- Professional accounting staff
As a non-profit organization, your mission is the reason you open your doors every day.
Since our inception in 1981, Anick & Associates has made it our mission to free non-profit organizations from day-to-day accounting functions so you can focus on what you are truly meant to accomplish.
We have perfected our capabilities in accounting, management and strategic alliance facilitation exclusively serving non-profit organizations, over the course of three decades, establishing a standard of professionalism and customer service that will be in place for generations to come.
Our clients serve a variety of missions, including mental health, criminal justice, homeless shelters, animal welfare, churches, schools, civic organizations, performing arts, community health organizations, environmental groups, missionaries, national organizations, sports clubs and family foundations.
Senior Management Team
Along with a leadership team that boasts unparalleled experience and passion in serving the needs of the non-profit sector, Anick & Associates also has over 20 employees in accounting, management and support roles.
-Executive Vice President
- Vice President
-Chief Executive Officer
-Director of Accounting
-Director of Operations
We’ve all received an email from a down-on-his-luck prince living in a far-off land with a large sum of money he can’t access unless a Good Samaritan like yourself lets him funnel it into your bank account – for which you will be rewarded handsomely.
Of course, we laugh it off when an obvious scam like this arrives in our inbox from a stranger. But what if the same scheme was
No non-profit is immune to fraud.
Oftentimes, your “most trusted” employee will commit fraud, so it is important to always trust and verify that controls are in place to keep you working on your mission.
Here are some simple guidelines to follow to protect you and your target community:
For the first time in 20 years, the Financial Accounting Standards Board has updated guidelines specific to non-profits. This is what you need to know:
Old – unrestricted (including board-designated), temporarily restricted and permanently restricted.