CharityNet USA Announces Nonprofit Affiliate Program
ORLANDO, FL, June 3, 2009 — CharityNet USA, a resource center for nonprofit organizations, announces the launch of its Business Opportunity-Affiliate Program. Individuals familiar with the nonprofit sector and interested in entrepreneurship, will be given the opportunity to start a business from a proven model, aimed at assisting the nation's nonprofits in building solid, reputable and structured organizations.
The affiliate program is a business opportunity available across the nation to individuals interested in starting a for-profit business, which aids the nonprofit community. The program benefits the nation in two ways. First, the affiliate program has potential to create over 1,000 new businesses across the nation. Second, the affiliate program addresses the fundamental challenges for grassroots religious and community-based organizations; securing the services of professionals to assist them with starting their organization.
"With our country's charities and churches demonstrating a need for improved strategic planning to compete and survive, and the new democratic leadership's focus on rebuilding communities across America, this is a perfect market for entrepreneurs familiar with the nonprofit sector," said Melanie Guin, Director of Operations for CharityNet USA.
Affiliate business owners are taken through the process of starting a business step-by-step. Those selected, receive extensive training on the nonprofit sector including: tax exempt status, grant writing, 990s, fundraising and volunteerism, along with how to effectively market and sell those services. They will also be provided with in-house financing options, a business plan and all marketing and communication material. Once set up, qualified individuals will be assured unlimited earning potential for a fast ROI, while assisting nonprofits in sustaining and growing their organizations.
"We believe by implementing this business opportunity affiliate program to assist such vital growing agencies, we can ensure that the organizations will move to a higher level of achievement in both administration and service delivery," said Efrain Rodriguez, CEO of CharityNet USA.