AccountAid India is a private firm, which was set up in 1992. AccountAid’s main focus is on research, training and publications related to accounting, accountability and regulation of organised giving. It works with three key stakeholders: Grant-makers, Implementing NGOs, and Auditors.
It has released a series of topical periodicals (AccountAble, AuditAble, and GrantAble) covering technical issues related to accounting, auditing and fund-raising for NPOs. It has also published books such as Daan and Other Giving Traditions in India, and AccountAble Handbook on FCRA 2010.
AccountAid has worked closely with clients among international and domestic grant-makers, as well as Corporate groups with CSR portfolios, for providing support on pre-funding and post-funding financial assessment, capacity-building of grantees, systems building, and training on financial management of grants/compliance.
AccountAid has helped facilitate over a hundred workshops/webinars organised by various donor agencies, corporate foundations and various network groups.
As an extended conflict-of-interest policy, AccountAid and associated organisations do not accept fees or fee-based assignments directly from implementing NGOs.