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One of the most difficult parts about creating and maintaining one non-profit organization buys money to support growth. It is a difficult way to provide good service and to meet as many needs as possible during the collection process financing to keep the operation supported. Too often, non-profit organizations may not spend more than a few years running out of funds or the inability to find new ways because organization grows.

Fortunately, there are a few to step non-profit organizations can take to make one selffinancing non-profit model that can keep business well for the coming years. Help out, nine members of Forbes Non-profit Council open about their personal methods to create selffinancing models with non-profit support options below.

Members of Forbes' non-profit organization share their tips for self-financing.Photos thanks to the individual members.

1. Earn money with your services

View the services / programs that you offer and choose one or more services that you want to purchase as a customer and then earn revenue. Consultation services or program or software development via an online platform or storefront may be the location. However, research the market and the demand in your area, write a business plan, manage focus groups and gather as much information as possible before starting a new company. – Kimberly Lewis, Goodwill Industries of East Texas, Inc.

2. Apply an Open Source model

Bundling resources with other organizations, including sourcing software, tools and talent, is an ideal way to achieve one selffinancing non-profit fashion model. Moreover, it helps other organizations to do the same. – Gloria Horsley, Open to Hope

3. Have a dominant and secondary source Funding

Financial stability requires diverse financing streams, especially when government contracts are the largest source. Goals are the first step because diversification is not easy. Every new source requires learning and painful tripping. Our objectives are 40% contract, 40% service costs, 10% gifts and 10% subsidies. – Ronald Tompkins, 82nd Street Academics

4. To become A social enterprise

Non-profit organizations that are looking for a selffinancing non-profit model should consider becoming social enterprises. After all, to be one non-profit organization is simply tax integration and successful organizations integrate business models with the cultural intelligence they provide. Thanks to consultancy services and products, non-profit organizations can work on sustainable financing. – Angelique Sina, Friends of Puerto Rico

5. Use social media and automation

Social media planning tools and automated online giving allows nonprofit organizations to "schedule" questions and makes it easy to give online securely. Although this method of giving a strategy is new, while processes and technologies are improving, we do can expect that this platform will only grow and to become more effective. – Aaron Alejandro, Texas FFA Foundation

6. Make a patented knowledge

Nonprofit organizations often create an event or product as a solution to their own individual problem. It is likely that they learn something on the way about how to change, upgrade or evaluate the results. The reality is that it is also likely that other non-profit organizations are struggling with the same. Which research, program or other knowledge can be licensed and used selffinancing? – Tammy McLeod, Flinn Foundation

7. Sell your value

Identify ways to create earned revenue streams. This can be from a physical store that sells goods to a service offered by your program participants to digital sources that you create and sell online. Almost every non-profit generates something of value as a by-product of their service to the community and makes it available for sale can cover some of the turnover needs. – Steven Moore, M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

8. Create income aligned by the mission

Provides mission-focused earned income non-profit organizations with agency and self-directed financing. I do not believe that each non-profitThe mission is perfectly geared to bringing in revenue, but thinking about it organization through the lens of selffinancing is a handy way to be creative with the possibilities. – Kristine Sloan, StartingBloc

9. Treat your beneficiaries like customers

Consider or your existing income can be supplemented with the sale of products or services to your non-profitBeneficiaries. Although it is initially counterintuitive, it offers products or services can translating into real benefits, such as employment and supplementary income. Identifying these benefits will help you identify opportunities to generate revenue that serves both your mission and your operating result. – Rupert Scofield, FINCA International

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One of the most difficult aspects of creating and maintaining a non-profit organization is raising money to support growth. It is a difficult balancing act to provide quality service and to meet as many needs as possible, while enough money is raised to support the operation. Too often non-profit organizations may not spend more than a few years as a result of the drying up of funds or the inability to find new ways as the organization grows.

Fortunately, there are some steps that non-profit organizations can take to create a non-profit organization that can finance itself and that can ensure that companies continue to benefit in the coming years. To help, nine members of Forbes Nonprofit Council open up their personal methods for making self-supporting models with non-profit support options below.

Members of Forbes Nonprofit Organization share their tips for self-financing. Photos thanks to the individual members.

1. Earn money with your services

View the services / programs that you offer and choose one or more services that you want to purchase as a customer and then earn revenue. Consultation services or program or software development via an online platform or storefront may be the location. However, research the market and the demand in your area, write a business plan, manage focus groups and gather as much information as possible before starting a new company. – Kimberly Lewis, Goodwill Industries of East Texas, Inc.

2. Apply an Open Source model

Bundling resources with other organizations, including sourcing software, tools and talent, is an ideal way to create a non-profit model for self-financing. Moreover, it helps other organizations to do the same. – Gloria Horsley, Open to Hope

3. Provide financing by dominant and secondary sources

Financial stability requires different funding streams, especially when government contracts are the largest source. Goals are the first step because diversification is not easy. Every new source requires learning and painful tripping. Our objectives are 40% contract, 40% service costs, 10% gifts and 10% subsidies. – Ronald Tompkins, 82nd Street Academics

4. Become a social enterprise

Non-profit organizations that want to set up a self-financing non-profit model should consider becoming social enterprises. After all, a non-profit organization is simply tax-taking, and successful organizations integrate business models with the cultural information they provide. Thanks to consultancy services and products, non-profit organizations can work on sustainable financing. – Angelique Sina, friends of Puerto Rico

5. Use social media and automation

Social media planning tools and automated online giving allows nonprofit organizations to "schedule" questions and makes it easy to give online securely. Although this method of strategy is new, while processes and technologies are improving, we can expect that this platform will only grow and become more effective. – Aaron Alejandro, Texas FFA Foundation

6. Make a patented knowledge

Nonprofit organizations often create an event or product as a solution to their own individual problem. It is likely that they learn something on the way about how to change, upgrade or evaluate the results. The reality is that it is also likely that other non-profit organizations are struggling with the same. What research, program or other knowledge can be licensed and used for self-financing? – Tammy McLeod, Flinn Foundation

7. Sell your value

Identify ways to create earned revenue streams. This can be from a physical store that sells goods to a service offered by your program participants to digital sources that you create and sell online. Almost every non-profit organization generates something of value as a by-product of their service to the community and making it available for sale can cover part of the turnover needs. – Steven Moore, M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

8. Create income aligned by the mission

Mission-focused earned revenue provides non-profit organizations with agency and self-directed funding. I do not believe that the mission of every non-profit organization is perfectly geared to winning revenue, but thinking about the organization through the lens of self-financing is a handy way to get creative around the possibilities. – Kristine Sloan, StartingBloc

9. Treat your beneficiaries like customers

Consider whether your existing revenue can be supplemented by selling products or services to the beneficiaries of your non-profit organization. Although it is initially counterintuitive, offering these products or services can translate into real benefits, such as work and additional income. Identifying these benefits will help you identify opportunities to generate revenue that serves both your mission and your operating result. – Rupert Scofield, FINCA International