Every successful entrepreneur knows that when any enterprise starts up or grows, it needs both revenue and capital: revenue to pay for production of goods and services, and capital to create the platform, the business itself.
We've all seen ways that money is used for societal and personal harm, or for benefit. It can be wasted or used effectively toward a stated goal. Ultimately, money is nothing more than a product of what you choose to do or create with it.
The value of a stable nonprofit community transcends the economic benefits. We entrust nonprofits to perform a range of vital services as well as jobs. We hope lawmakers recognize that nonprofits enrich our state in every way.