Profitable businesses of non-profits described in study – Voluntary Sector

Profitable businesses of non-profits described in study – Voluntary Sector – Brief Article

NEW HAVEN — Here are examples of money raising businesses run by non-profit organizations, cited in a study, Enterprising Nonprofits: Revenue Generation in the Nonprofit Sector, by Cynthia W. Massarsky and Samantha L. Beinhacker, Yale School of Management.

* Manufacturing Network of Home-Based Machine Knitters.

* Commercial Theatre Production Company

* Excess Clothing Baling Operation for Sales Abroad

* Custodial and Building Maintenance

* Science Curriculum and Software for Grades K-5

* Digital Scanning Data Conversion Operation

* Before-Market Safety Evaluator of Brand Name Drugs

* Bakery and Catering Business

* Health, Property, and Liability Insurance

* Housing Rental and Leasing

* Landscape and Gardening Business

* Microenterprise Loans

* Certification Process and “Fair Trade” Label

* Toner Cartridge Remanufacture and Sales

* translation and Interpretation Services

* Brokerage of Used Medical Equipment and Surplus Office Furniture

* First Aid Kits and Automatic External Defibrillators

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