Presentation on theme: "A Win-Win approach to NPO in economically hard times Hikaru Nakano University of Florida March 25, 2009."— Presentation transcript:
A Win-Win approach to NPO in economically hard times Hikaru Nakano University of Florida March 25, 2009
Language schools Meet mostly weekends (app. 40 days per year) Provide an environment of language immersion to children with native language speaking parent(s). Private Located mostly in the places where Universities and/or companies are located.
Source of Revenue Support from Government Tuition Donation from private sector companies Fund raising –Box Top for Education –Funding Factory –Good Neighbor Program –Selling used books, etc.
What books tell you? Used books brought by community people tell you why they are here… –Trend –Gap –Research areas –Interest areas …but, not important enough to bring back to their home country
Procedure Selection Administrative tasks –Vendor application –Invoice Cataloging / Attaching order records Payment
Benefits for both side Benefits for buyer –Extremely low cost –Negotiable –No S&H –Look at materials in hand –To built closer relationship with community Benefits for seller –Successful fundraising –To built relationship with university