Managing Money With Mission

Accounting Services for Madison And Milwaukee Area Nonprofits

Nonprofits are an inspiration for the communities they help. You and others like you who started, work at, give to, or volunteer at a nonprofit are truly special.

We are inspired by the missions of our nonprofit clients and the work they do every day.

We take our commitment to helping you fulfill your mission to improve the lives of others very seriously.

Numbers 4 Nonprofits manages money with mission.

In 2006, we began managing the accounting and financial needs of nonprofits primarily in Dane County. We are now thrilled to offer these services in the Greater Milwaukee Area as well!

We want to be a partner in the growth of your organization. We deliver timely, meaningful, and accurate financial information to support your decision-making process.

Find out how we play an active role protecting your organization’s assets while you move your mission forward. We can be reached in Milwaukee at 414.800.1422, in Madison at 608.807.2321, or contact us using the form below.

We would love to hear from you! Tell us your story and learn more about our clients!

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The Road Home – Committed to ending the issue of family homelessness in our community.
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Gio’s Garden – A therapeutic respite care center for special needs children.


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“Monroe Street Arts Center has been working with N4N for almost two years, and it is one of the best decisions we have made during my time with the center. The accountant we have been paired with is a perfect fit for our organization, and has blended into the center as if he was one of our own employees. N4N provides an efficient, organized, and effective approach to accounting that we had struggled to find anywhere else. We don’t only have a fantastic in house accounting expert, but have access to N4N’s entire team of professionals. Since joining with N4N we have been able to grow our organization’s mission while having piece of mind that our books are in order.”

-- Holly Baris, Executive Director, Monroe Street Arts Center March 23, 2017

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