Should Non-Profit Organizations secure partnership with Business?

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What is Non-Profit Organization?


A nonprofit organization is a business that has been granted tax-exempt status by the Internal Revenue Service because it furthers a social cause and provides a public benefit. Donations made to a nonprofit organization are typically tax- deductible to individuals and businesses that make them, and the nonprofit itself pays no tax on the received donations or on any other money earned through fundraising activities. Non-Profit Organizations mainly aim to provide service to the public, selflessly. They do not have any monetary targets to achieve at the end of the year. Their prime focus stays on doing good deeds for the society, irrespective of their profit. 

Read the following to know more about Non-Profit Organization:


Non-Profit Organization

How to start a non-profit organization:


Should Non-Profit Organizations come in partnership with Secure Business?


One of the most common obstacles a nonprofit group encounters when considering a business partnership is plain old confidence. Nonprofits have a lot to offer a business, even if they’re small. It comes down to sales, corporate social responsibility, employee satisfaction, marketing, and implementation.

Companies are desperate to find non-profit partners that can help them achieve their CSR goals. The best partnerships between non-profits and for-profits are symbiotic relationships in which both organizations benefit from the program. This mutual partnership decision can help out the non-profits as well in assisting them with fund allocation.


Read the following articles to get a guide for non-profits to build secure business partnership:


How Non-profits Can Build Partnerships with Businesses

4 tips for Non-Profit to Secure Business Partnership

3 tips to help Non-Profits secure Partnership


Partnering with a for-profit organization is a way but the other can be a corporate partner as well. When planning of partnership with business, non-profits can take a chance and go ahead with the corporate partnership.

Read below to know about the corporate partnership:


Corporate Partnership: A guide for non-profits

A non-profit guide for corporate partnership

4 ways that Non-profits can create corporate partnerships


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Contributor: Amrita Sinha

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