Yes, Nonprofits Can Make a Profit
Nonprofit does not mean NO profit
Not only are nonprofits allowed to make a profit—they’re encouraged to. Having profit allows nonprofit organizations to take greater mission-related risks with programming and to invest in much-needed items such as system efficiencies, technology, administrative support, marketing, and team members.
In other words, more resources equal more reach.
Financial health is also essential for the long-term stability and viability of your mission. It’s hard to continue funding your good work if you’re worried about keeping the lights on month after month.
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