Accounting & Finance

To sustain and enhance mission impact, nonprofit organizations need insight into their organizations’ unique challenges and opportunities. But too often, critical tools like financial reports or accounting software are barriers to insights – confusing or excluding stakeholders, undermining confidence and trust, and preventing organizations from successfully planning for the future. For many leaders and organizations, taking ownership of those tools can be an “A-ha!” moment.

Propel Nonprofits is pleased to offer consulting and coaching engagements designed to equip your organization with accounting and financial tools and resources which provide insights into your financial health and empower nonprofit boards and staffs to make decisions with confidence.

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Accounting & Finance Services

Financial Insights Coaching

A 12-month partnership to ensure your financial tools effectively tell your organization’s story.

Financial Insights Coaching

QuickBooks Online Set-Up

We’ll work with you to set up your QBO and adapt it to the unique needs of your nonprofit.

QBO for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Accounting Tools

Set your organization up for success by equipping yourself with the right tools.

Nonprofit Accounting Tools

Nonprofit Accounting & Bookkeeping Referrals

Ongoing accounting services, assistance with 990s, audit or accounting review.


Free Nonprofit Accounting Helpline

We know a lot of nonprofit accounting is learning by doing, and often talking to an expert is more helpful than finding the perfect Google search result. Whether you’re struggling to make changes to your chart of accounts, are new to QuickBooks Online and have questions, want a better way of presenting your finances to the board, or have some other accounting challenge, give us a call at 612-249-6640.

Accounting & Finance client case study


“Propel has been there for us in many important moments: they’ve connected us to other organizations, helped us troubleshoot technical issues, and worked with us and our board to feel sure about how we wanted to grow strategically.”

Rodolfo Gutierrez, Executive Director of HACER