We rely on membership dues, private charitable donations, and long-term investments. All of the nonprofit revenue (100% of total fundraising) is re-invested into building, improving, and expanding the impact and reach of our health programs.
Membership dues from each member are required to further sustain the growth and success of our national health project. We have continued to grow at a steady pace over the years across many college chapters through the steadfast, growing support from our own existing and new nonprofit members. The dues per fall and spring semesters (equivalent to fall and winter quarters) range from $85 – $100 depending on the founding stage, growth stage, and mature stage with gradual decrease in dues with the expansion of our college chapters. However, our members have the option to fully subsidize their membership dues with fundraising activities directly aligned with our health project to accommodate all students from various socioeconomic backgrounds.
Private donations are channeled directly into the operational expenses that include legal fees, accounting fees, administrative fees, technology related server fees, and marketing and advertising costs. Remaining funds are re-invested into covering the licensing fees for our health program platform.
The nonprofit executive director(s) also decided to engage in long-term investments as relates to the current and future health program(s) in consultation with the nonprofit attorneys to offset and alleviate the financial burden from the aforementioned revenue streams.
Federal and state grants, medical and public health grants, and other related public health grants are future avenues that will be utilized over time.