An initiative to develop the world’s first internationally applicable financial reporting guidance for non-profit-organisations.
Meet the IFR4NPO Team: Steering Group, Secretariat, Advisors and Champions
The project is governed by a Steering Group.
The IFR4NPO project aims to model good practice in transparency and accountability.
Who could fund the IFR4NPO project, why and how?
Please get in touch here to explore funding and sponsorship opportunities.
See example NPO financial statements from around the world.
Access a library of reference materials that have informed the development of the project.
Glossary of terms.
Frequently asked questions.
The project's Country Champions engage influential stakeholders so that they contribute to the development process, and gain confidence to adopt or align to it.
Technical Advisory Group (TAG)
The TAG provides advice on the development of the guidance from a technical standard setting perspective.
Practitioner Advisory Group (PAG)
The PAG provides advice on the development of the guidance from a practitioner perspective.
Around The World
The project's regions and focus countries have been identified to effectively target resources and engagement efforts.
The project's Global Ambassadors seek support for the project objectives across their networks, provide feedback on key issues and promote the use of the Guidance.
Donor Reference Group
A Donor Reference Group is being established to be chaired by Humentum. It will consist of grant makers, including bilateral and multi lateral agencies, as well as trusts and foundations.
This initiative is for the sector by the sector and wouldn’t be possible without the support and financial backing of stakeholders from around the globe.
Technical Advisory Group meetings.
Practitioner Advisory Group meetings.
There are a number of sector specific accounting issues for non-profit organisations.
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