Capitalize on Nonprofit Grant Opportunities

Our team of experts will navigate the requirements of the granting party and determine how your organization can meet the criteria.

Effective Proposal and Request for Proposal (RFP) Analysis

effective proposal

Organize an operating budget that clearly defines all expenses and funding items.

Timely Project Management

timely project

Asses in real-time if your project/initiative can stay within the allotted budget.

Dedicated Compliance Efforts

complinance efforts

Ensure that all financial activities remain in the scope of the granting party’s requirements and regulations.

Never Miss Out on Nonprofit Grants

  • Are your RFPs often declined, even though your initiative is the perfect fit?
  • Do you struggle to handle new developments to your projects, such as hiring new staff, additional marketing expenses, etc.?
  • Can you satisfy all grant accounting requirements suuch as tracking, revenue recognition, and reporting?

Win the grant funding you need with Lescault and Walderman.

Effective grant management starts with a grant accounting system that can operate efficiently, accurately, and ethically. From pre-grant analysis, to yearly follow-ups, you must account for every dollar before your organization can receive the funding it needs.

We have helped other nonprofits receive the funding they need.

Nonprofit grant management is a cycle: from RFP drafting, to project execution, to audit review, to reapplication, and rinse and repeat. To receive the funding you need, your leadership team must comprehend every aspect of the cycle and ensure that your internal processes can stay up to speed.

At Lescault and Walderman, our grant accounting services will evaluate your organization’s position in every aspect of the grant funding cycle. Our team combines decades of accounting knowledge and nonprofit expertise to deliver a unique solution to your business.

We will help you implement a nonprofit grant accounting software that will automate the entire budget and projection process so that you are confident in your organization’s financial situation.

We recognize the importance of a detailed budget when creating your proposals for grant funding. Corporations, state, and federal government branches have particular criteria when evaluating proposals, and your budget must follow strict guidelines in to be considered. If you are unaware of these standards, you may miss out on an opportunity, even though your project perfectly fits the grant description.

At times, your projects or initiatives may stray away from budgetary confinements. Our team can help you realign your budgeting strategy in the event of unexpected expenses or unrealized funding.

If you do receive funding, communication with your grant partner will be critical to secure more funding in the future. Your accounting team must stay on top of new developments or issues so that all necessary information can be presented to your partner upon request.

We value your service to the community and believe in your mission. Do not let grant accounting mistakes stand in the way of the funding you need.

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When you don’t maintain an effective nonprofit accounting system it can cost way more than it saves. You risk legal consequences. Worse, you risk the loss of donor trust.

It doesn’t have to be this way.

Here's how to get started:

1. Schedule a No-Obligation Call

Your time is valuable, and we don’t want to waste it. Let’s schedule a discovery meeting so we can discuss your needs and confirm there’s a fit.

2. Receive Your Accounting Review

We'll review your accounting documents, then provide you with a customized report that includes our findings and our recommendations for moving forward.

3. Attend Review Meeting

We'll host up to a 2 hour meeting to review our findings and recommendations, answer any further questions and outline how we'll work together.

4. Review Your Proposal

Working from our review, we’ll provide clear and actionable recommendations for improvement related to your particular processes, software, and systems.

5. Engage Us For Your Needs

If you approve of our recommendations, you’ll sign an engagement letter and we’ll start work!

Download our free guide to help grow your business:

A Beginner's Guide to Grant Accounting