When is Fiscal Sponsorship Right for You?

Fiscal sponsorship organizations like Visions Made Viable are dedicated to helping creative people make a difference in the world. We're committed to furthering important and effective social change by assisting social change agents create new projects and realize their visions.

But fiscal sponsorship isn't right for everybody.

If you're checking out Visions Made Viable and wondering whether fiscal sponsorship is right for you, take a few minutes to look over the following questions. If you can answer yes to any of these questions your project may be a good candidate for fiscal sponsorship.

Do you want to create a new non profit but need some help or a little more time to get it done?

If so, Visions Made Viable can provide legal, fiscal and administrative sponsorship for individuals and groups that want to work for social change without all the hassle of immediately creating their own non-profits, but who eventually want to develop independent organizations. By acting as an ‘incubator’ for these new efforts, we allow people with new ideas to begin testing them right away and ‘get to the mission at hand’ in a supportive and trusting environment.

We give you a sophisticated non-profit home and the ability to receive tax deductible donations immediately as well as an administrative ‘back office.’ In addition, we offer consulting to help you strengthen your work. Then, as your project develops and when the time is right, we help you ‘spin off’ and become an independent non-profit.

Do you want to create and develop a new project without ever running your own non profit?

Some individuals and groups want the freedom to pursue important social change without ever developing and managing an independent non-profit and dealing with the administrative complexity that comes along with it. In order to meet that need, we provide long-term legal, fiscal and administrative sponsorship.

Basically, our ongoing sponsorship services offer all the benefits of our incubator services over the long haul. This helps innovative people and groups to ‘keep the main thing the main thing’ as they build their visions.