How To Help Non Profits

Your CFO Resource
empowering the non-profit community

How we work for you

Non-profits do not always have the benefit of a Chief Financial Officer to navigate the banking system. This responsibility often falls to the Executive Director or Development office; people with limited time and many other critical responsibilities. With Your CFO Resource's Connections and expertise, we help you and your organization structure financing requests in terms that bankers understand. We put your proposal into the hands of the most influential banks in the city and support your organization throughout the entire process. In short, we handle the "dirty work" and allow you to dedicate your time to the organization's mission.

Think you are ready, not sure?

Our 10 point readiness assessment gives you a quick look to see if our services are a fit for your organization. Take the readiness assessment and give us a call or contact us through this website and we will be happy to review your questions with you. Fill out the form on the Contact Us page and you can also request a hard copy of our brochure to review.

Download our 10-Point Readiness_Assessment

What our others are saying about Your CFO Resource

"I have looked through the report that you generated and want to tell you how how very much I appreciate the time, expertise and talent that you devoted to our financing project. Thank you very much for translating this labyrinth of information into a document so understable and user-friendly"

Vice President of Development
WomenSafe,Inc. Board of Directors

"Your CFO Resource's participation in Adopt Cuyahoga's Kids initiative as private sector leadership from our community was invaluable. They brought strong business strategies in creating long-term, sustainable solutions."

Bernadette Kerrigan
Vice President of Community investments
United Way Services

"Our Board was amazed at the level of interest our project generated with the banks. As a 100% volunteer organization,
we never would have had the time to solicit competitive bids. Three of the largest banks in town submitted proposals
to provide financing for our repair project. Being able to choose from such top quality prospects allowed us to make
an efficient, prudent and responsible final selection."

William D. Brown
Midwest Railway Preservation Society

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