Alternative Funding Options for Nonprofit Organizations
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Alternative Funding Options for Nonprofit Organizations

Unlike businesses that strive to make a profit for their owners, nonprofit organizations pride themselves in serving their respective communities and putting all money back into their cause. Although, the end goal may be a little different from regular businesses, nonprofit organizations still face the same financial issues. Like traditional businesses, nonprofit organizations must deal with tracking revenue, expenses, hiring and training personnel, equipment and supply purchases, and ultimately, need some working capital here and there.

While applying for a traditional bank loan may be the obvious solution, it may not be the most feasible one. Traditional bank loans require a hefty amount of paperwork, a tedious application process, and a lengthy wait period when it comes to receiving an approval or unfortunate decline. Alternative lenders offer a faster and easier solution. Typically, all that is needed to receive an offer in as little as three business days is a simple, one-page application, four months of recent business bank statements, and four months of recent credit card processing statements (if applicable). That’s it! Let’s take a look at a few alternative funding solutions for nonprofit organizations and how they can be used to grow and expand your organization.

The beautiful part about acquiring working capital as a source of funding for your nonprofit organization is that the money can virtually be used for anything – as long as it pertains to the business. Here are a few examples:

Hiring & Training Personnel:   As with any business, hiring and training the right personnel is essential to running a successful nonprofit organization. Maybe you need to hire a receptionist or accountant to help out with the books. Maybe you need to train existing personnel on new procedures.
Purchases & Expansion: Whether you need to purchase new inventory and supplies, repair equipment, open an additional office or location, or simply take care of a few bills and expenses, working capital acquired through one of the many alternative funding solutions available to nonprofit organizations can make all of these things happen easily.
Cash Flow Issues: Juggling bills, payroll, and unforeseen expenses for a nonprofit organization can cause some cash flow issues. Grants may flow in via uneven lump sums, contracts might not be renewed, and reimbursements for services rendered may take weeks to hit your nonprofit’s business bank account. Additional capital may be the solution needed to get everything back in sync.

Working Capital can cover the costs of all of the above and much more! For more information on funding options for your nonprofit organization, visit Excel Capital Management’s Solutions page! You can also call (877)880-8086 to speak directly to one of our funding specialists or APPLY NOW!

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