How Tradebank works for the Non-Profit Organizations

Find a need and fill it... a bit easier.

Due to difficult economic conditions and the pressure of managing your own financial obligations, you may not be able to be as generous with your cash donations as your heart may wish.

In recent years, you may have noticed that the demand for supplemental services has increased more rapidly than the donations needed to support the groups they represent.

When your non-profit organization participates in Tradebank, you cultivate an additional source of revenue to help you fulfill the needs of others.

As a Tradebank client, you have the opportunity to make donations with your Tradebank Dollars and express your compassion and benevolence in a way that goes beyond your cash budget. Your contribution helps reduce overhead expenses for charitable organizations, supports fundraisers, and provides direct assistance to those in need. With Tradebank, you can make a difference in the world and extend your generosity further than ever before.

If you contribute trade dollars, you will be treated the same as if you had made a cash donation in the United States. You can deduct your donations to 501(c)(3) organizations on your taxes if you are an individual or a company making the donation.

You can now use your idle inventory or underutilized time to gain additional revenue. This revenue can be utilized for common overhead expenses such as advertising and marketing, building and property maintenance, printing, health care, and employee incentives.

By bartering your products and services, you can acquire your business and personal needs through trade instead of spending cash. You can keep your money in the bank while still getting what you need.

Other Trade Possibilities

Tradebank of Canada is a leading barter exchange that enables business owners of any size to convert what they have into products and services that they need.

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