'Accounting For Charities Trust' is a Charitable Trust and registered charity (CC46662) providing an extensive range of financial and governance education and training services to community organisations.
Accounting for Charities Trust is a registered ISO Capability Mentor for the MSD 'Investing in Services for Outcomes' initiative. Click here
The Trust is able to provide a subsidised, affordable mentoring/training service because we have the support of funders who believe in the benefits of our services to the community.
Vision: "Provide affordable, quality financial and governance education and training for the benefit of the Not-For-Profit sector".
Benefits: The benefits of upskilling Committees/Boards and employees in the Not-for-Profit sector are huge – improving performance; improving sustainability, and improving likelihood of additional fundraising. The benefits are not just to those organisations, but to society as a whole.
Trustees of 'Accounting for Charities Trust':
The Trustees of Accounting For Charities Trust have a wealth of experience in the Not-For-Profit sector, and are passionate about assisting their communities for the wellbeing of society as a whole.
The board of Trustees bring extensive skills to Accounting for Charities Trust, and are currently working in, or for the benefit of the Not-For-Profit sector and have had experience working as Budget Advisors and Community Advisors, and have extensive experience at management level in both corporate and fundraising organisations.
Trustees: Terei Koopu, Princely Muttiah, Sarah Vallance.
About our Trust Manager/ Mentor & Trainer:
Mark Vallance is our Trust Manager but also employed as a Mentor & Trainer working at the 'coalface' and leading a team providing financial training and mentoring for the benefit of all Not-For-Profit organisations in the Lower North Island, Hamilton, and Auckland.
Mark is a Xero and MYOB Approved Partner. He has had extensive training experience with both Xero and MYOB including teaching students at Weltec. He has a Bachelor of Business Degree and is a member of the NZ Institute of Management (MNZIM) and NZ Trustees Association (ANZTA). Mark also has a National Certificate in Adult Education & Training.
Mark has had extensive accountancy and management experience in both the commercial and Not-For-Profit sectors. He has also had extensive fundraising and grant management experience by working as a Finance and Operations Manager in Class 4 gaming, and with the Department of Internal Affairs in community operations.
Mark is passionate about the community and has had volunteer roles with the Fire Brigade; sports coaching, and as a Bureau Advisor with Citizens Advice Bureau.