Non-profits, almost by definition, are always in need of support beyond current market forces. If you are a business or foundation interested in getting involved in a non-profit organization (in this case one fighting to better education), there are some things you should look for:
Lastly, you want to focus and invest outside of just the fringes of the school market, for that will take years to reach children in the community. Investing in a non-profit that fits suggestions like these will help ensure that you are investing in an organization that will deliver results and one where there will be an economically stable market demand for it.
Examples of corporate foundations that already follow all of these principles include: Broadcom, Microsemi, and Bank of America just to name a few. These corporations in addition to others have come together to support a new breakthrough math program (it has to do with students’ visual reasoning – radical right?). If you or anyone you know work for any businesses looking for somewhere to invest, keep an eye out for non-profits that match this profile!