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How Social Ent. NGOs & Charities Can Create Income Streams (Limit : 1000 Enrollment)

Rating: 4.3     Language: English    Instructor: Boomy Tokan


Updated January 2023

Learn how to generate additional streams of income for your Charity, NGO, Church, or Social Enterprise. In this no-fluff, actionable course, expert instructor Boomy Tokan will reveal the untapped opportunities you can use to start generating revenue for your organization.

Whether you're a non-profit or a social enterprise, funding can be a constant challenge. With this course, you'll gain a deeper understanding of the different revenue streams available to you, as well as strategies for creating a compelling case for donations.

Through clear and concise lectures, Boomy will cover topics such as:

  • The difference between a business plan and a proposal

  • Attributes of a winning proposal

  • The 3-step outline of a proposal

  • How to best present your proposal

  • Ideas and suggestions for generating income for your organization

With real-life examples and bonus lectures on cashflow forecasting, this course is the perfect resource for anyone looking to take their organization's funding to the next level. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn from Boomy, an experienced grant consultant and author of four business books. Enroll today and start generating income for your nonprofit or social enterprise!

If you answer to any of the above two questions is yes - then join this course. In this no-fluff actionable course I will reveal to you how you, your organization can start generating additional streams of income for your Charity, NGO, Church, or Social Enterprise.

The most distinguishable feature of a non-profit organization is rooted in its title: it does not work for profits. That is, all funds generated from the organization is directed towards the beneficiaries of their social issue focus. Non-profits are generally funded through charitable donations from companies, individuals, or even governments. Because of this, nonprofits must put a lot of their time in creating compelling reasons for donations.

Like the term non-profit, the essence of a social enterprise is based within its name itself. A social enterprise is an entrepreneurial venture that is focused on an end goal of creating a positive social and environmental change, as well as a steady revenue.A social enterprise sells a good or service that advances a social, economic, or environmental cause.

Social enterprises are structured like commercial businesses, with a business model, a consumer base, and revenue streams. These revenue streams go back into the initiatives of the enterprise (apart from the repayment to investors), creating a self-sufficiency in their operations.

I will give you ideas and suggestions that will reveal the untapped opportunities that you can use to start generating income for your organization.

What Some Of My Students Said:

5 Star Rating:

Boomy's lectures are compact, accurate, and to the point. I learned many new ideas and concepts that will help focus my business plan and map a growth plan. The bonus lecture on cashflow forecasting is an excellent introduction for individuals new to finance. I will be taking more business planning courses from Boomy -  Andrew

This course is so focused to the point and packed with highly useful information, unlike so many other courses that beat around the bush. highly satisfied with the content - Anusha

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