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What is a Nonprofit??? Geoff Bradley, NSF Program Coordinator


While the difference in word between a for profit and non-profit business may seem obvious, the fact of the matter is they're both businesses.. and both need capital in order to function. A for-profit business, after paying off shareholders, operating expenses and payroll, keeps whatever is left as discretionary income to be spent liberally. Nonprofits reinvest any profits obtained to boost the business's ability to provide goods or services and bolster the status of the business's reputation in the community.

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