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Welcome to Nonviolence International New York, where we are dedicated to creating a sustainable future for professionals, startups, and nonprofits. We are excited to announce our new Financial Sustainability Initiative, launched in partnership with Financial Experts across the United States. This program is designed to help social change organizations and individuals develop the skills and knowledge they need to secure their financial futures and achieve their goals. By participating in our initiative, you will have access to our Volunteer Financial Experts, network with like-minded individuals, and gain practical tools and strategies to achieve your financial goals. We believe that with your support, we can make a lasting impact on the financial literacy and sustainability of the nonprofit sector. Please read on for more information about our initiative and how you can get involved.

Why is Financial Sustainability important?


Financial sustainability and literacy are critical for individuals, startups, and nonprofits as they play a vital role in their long-term success and survival.

For individuals, financial sustainability means having the ability to meet their present and future financial needs. It involves developing good financial habits, such as budgeting, saving, investing, and managing debt. Financial literacy helps individuals make informed decisions about their finances and avoid costly mistakes that can negatively impact their financial well-being.

For startups, financial sustainability means having a viable business model that generates enough revenue to cover expenses and ensure long-term growth. It involves understanding the financial aspects of the business, such as cash flow, revenue streams, and profitability. Financial literacy helps startups make sound financial decisions, such as pricing strategies, budgeting, and managing cash flow.

For nonprofits, financial sustainability means having the resources to continue their mission and make a lasting impact on the communities they serve. It involves building a diversified funding base, developing effective fundraising strategies, and managing expenses efficiently. Financial literacy helps nonprofits make informed decisions about their finances and allocate resources effectively to achieve their goals.

In summary, financial sustainability and literacy are essential for individuals, startups, and nonprofits to achieve their long-term goals and make a positive impact in their communities. By developing these skills, they can secure their financial futures and ensure that their efforts towards social change are sustainable and impactful in the long run.


Expert Guidance

Learning from financial experts is an integral part of the Financial Sustainability Initiative at Nonviolence International New York. By working with our Volunteer Financial Experts, you'll gain access to a wealth of knowledge and experience in financial sustainability and literacy. Our experts will help you develop and implement a financial plan that aligns with your goals, whether you're an individual, startup, or nonprofit. You'll learn practical strategies for managing your finances, building sustainable revenue streams, and achieving long-term financial sustainability. By learning from our experts, you'll gain the skills and knowledge you need to secure your financial future and make a lasting impact on your community. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from financial experts and achieve your financial goals - sign up for the Financial Sustainability Initiative today.

Nonprofit Services

The Nonviolence financial literacy initiative offers more than just education and guidance on financial planning and sustainability. It also provides access to a wide array of 501(c)(3) business services that can help nonprofits, startups, and youth organizations achieve their goals and thrive over the long term. These services include fiscal sponsorship, 403(b) retirement plans, and employee benefits packages.

One of the main benefits of the financial literacy program's partnership with New York Life Insurance Company is access to their experienced financial professionals who can provide advice and assistance on these services. For example, fiscal sponsorship allows nonprofit organizations to receive tax-deductible donations through a third-party fiscal sponsor. This can be an invaluable resource for startups and grassroots organizations that do not have their own 501(c)(3) status yet.

In addition, the financial literacy program offers guidance on setting up and managing 403(b) retirement plans, which are tax-deferred retirement savings plans available to employees of public schools and certain nonprofit organizations. The program's instructors can help organizations choose the right plan provider, set up the plan, and manage contributions and distributions.

Finally, the financial literacy program offers access to employee benefits packages, which can help nonprofits and startups attract and retain top talent. These packages can include health insurance, dental and vision plans, and other perks that can make a big difference in the lives of employees.

Overall, the Nonviolence financial literacy program goes above and beyond basic financial education to provide comprehensive support for nonprofits, startups, and youth organizations. By offering access to a range of business services, the program helps these organizations build a strong foundation for long-term sustainability and success

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Is this initiative right for me?

Are you a professional or a nonprofit looking to secure your financial future? If so, our national campaign, in partnership with Expert Financial Consultants, advisors, and professionals across the United States, could be the perfect fit for you. Financial sustainability and literacy are some of the main challenges facing social change today, and many organizations struggle to achieve their goals due to a lack of funding. By participating in this initiative, you will have the opportunity to learn individually from our Volunteer Financial Experts, network with like-minded individuals, and gain practical tools and strategies to help you achieve your financial goals. This initiative is ideal for young people who are just starting out in their careers, seasoned professionals, and nonprofits looking to create a sustainable financial plan for the future. Whether you are looking to launch a new project or grow an existing one, this initiative can help you achieve your goals and make a lasting impact on the world. So if you're looking to create a more sustainable future for you or your organization, join us today and become part of a community dedicated to helping  secure your financial future.

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**This course is prepared by Nonviolence International New York, a global innovative organization with an emphasis on advocacy, education, and communication. It conducts and produces important research on a growing number of issues, including peace, disarmament, and American politics, as well as operates an extensive internship program within the United Nations. 

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