Athletic Facility Upgrades

Convert Multi-Year Donations into Available Funding

 

When it comes to large projects, cash-flow is often a challenge at many colleges and universities. As a result, schools are turning to capital campaigns to generate additional revenue and stabilize cash-flow. However, just because a school runs a capital campaign, doesn't necessarily mean they have the capital required to start key projects now. To address this challenge, many schools are looking for ways to convert multi-year donations into immediately available funding for critical campus projects, such as athletic facility upgrades.

Monetize future donations by aligning project repayment to contributions as they are received, giving schools the ability to realize the immediate benefits of starting key projects today.

 


 

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