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2011 State of the Sector Survey: National Summary
 

2011 State of the Sector Survey: National Summary

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The survey of more than 1,900 nonprofit leaders in markets nationwide found that while there are some signs of hope, many nonprofits are straining under year-after-year increases in the demand for ...

The survey of more than 1,900 nonprofit leaders in markets nationwide found that while there are some signs of hope, many nonprofits are straining under year-after-year increases in the demand for services. If you're interested in a customized report by geography or sub-sector, please contact Nonprofit Finance Fund!

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  • Established in 1980, $12 mm budget. We work with all sectors—75% low to moderate income, 35% in areas of extreme poverty We make loans of up to $2 million for a range of purposes. Avg loan is close to $400K –range from $12K to $2mm (increasingly for working capital -40% vs. 40% facilities) Our lending experience has informed our advisory services business and how we look at nonprofits. Together with others we have flowed over $1 billion into the sector. We serve both sides of the desk: Our audience includes funders--changing funding and financing practices through advocacy. Working to “drain the swamps.” We help funders do PRIs, we “retail” loan capital, we do “delegated underwriting”. More and more, we’re also teaching. Through our new Capital Partners program, we are seeking to attract “investors” (i.e. funders who think about their grant as an investor might in terms of building the enterprise and providing the necessary growth capital, rather than buying the program or service) Provide affordable capital and financial services to nonprofits. We look at organizations from a business perspective, as enterprises, not just as programs. What is the capital structure that organizations need to support the enterprise that cradles their programs.

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