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Nonprofit businesses face unique challenges in raising capital for their causes. Raising awareness is a big factor in the amount of money that a nonprofit organization is able to obtain. Nonprofits are highly competitive as they are all fighting for the charitable contributions that your average individual or family has available in their household income. The demands of running a successful Nonprofit include the facility and location maintenance, equipment to meets the needs of the cause, proper advertising for the charity, public outreach, and skilled labor force to acquire and continued education and training.
AdvancePoint Capital has the experience and history with funding Nonprofits like yours to provide working capital to meet the needs of your nonprofit business.
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Short-Term Business Loans for Nonprofits
A Short term loan is a great solution for gaps in cash flow or working capital needs. This product comes into play when bank loans are not an option with lower credit standards and less documentation than what would be required at a bank.
Business Cash Advance for Nonprofits
A business cash advance is a future sales receivables agreement that purchases future sales at a discount to the funder from the merchant for the non-profit to receive a lump sum advance now. Payments are made by a "convenience" ACH payment, daily or weekly, based on a set percentage of future sales revenue.
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Benefits of Nonprofit Business Loans
Running a Nonprofit can have a unique set of cash flow issues. Contributions can fluctuate depending on the time of year, which can affect the ability of the nonprofit to make payroll and support the programs related to the services provided to the mission. To have the proper reserves to handle anything that may come up in running a nonprofit, having a credit facility is vital.
Owning Your Own Equipment
Some non-profits run businesses that need expensive equipment. Equipment financing fills the gap in capital needed to purchase equipment.
Hire Employees, Payroll and Managing a Growing Team
The people who work within the Nonprofit are its lifeblood. Hiring the right people and maintaining continuing education is a must and can be costly, especially if you’re trying to maintain high standards of qualification and certification. Business cash flow can be strained and may be needed to fill the gaps and keep cash flows strong.
Some Nonprofits require supplies to provide to people in need, such as school supplies for children, vaccines, medical supplies, food for food pantries, and soup kitchens.
Advertising, now more than ever, is a part of being a successful nonprofit. The success and growth of a Nonprofit require attention to the Internet. There are many options out there for people to donate money to a worthy cause, and more and more are turning to the internet instead of word of mouth. The cost to build a website and the search engine optimization needed month over month will cost thousands of dollars but will be well worth it. Financing that cost may be necessary if you don’t have the upfront money which can be above $10,000, let alone the monthly optimization work, which takes time, effort, and money paid to web developers who specialize in search engine optimization.