Charity Market Place LLC

Did you know that there are 1.5 million nonprofits in the U.S but only only 2.5% of nonprofit organizations raise enough money to properly support their cause?

Our Mission

The Charity Market Place LLC is a web-based community developed by university students during a entrepreneurial study. Our mission is to connect nonprofit organizations with business tools needed for financial growth and visibility of their cause.

Upcoming Training Events For Nonprofits

Humanitarian Student Exchange Program

Solving Emerging Nonprofits Funding and Visibility Issues

The Charity Market Place LLC is a web-based community with an overall mission to connect nonprofit organizations with business tools needed for financial growth and visibility improvement. Through the Humanitarian Student Exchange program, we will provide qualified junior and senior college students to asses and provide guidance to nonprofits on how to better support their business structure and day to day operations. The goal of this program is to improve the overall business model of a nonprofit resulting in improved support to their cause.


Through our direct research nonprofits are reporting systemic problems with obtaining funding and the lack of visibility as the primary reasons that they cannot effectively support their cause. Upon further analysis our current team of university students have determined this to be primarily due to poor business practices, the lack of a basic business strategy or operational plan. This would include: a written business procedures, fundraising strategy, marketing/public relations tactics, financial planning and awareness of IRS tax guidelines. .


The Charity Market Place implements and facilitates the connection of college students needing internship credit with nonprofits needing business model and operational support. We will deliver this service using a four-way agreement:
1. Charity Market Place will be the provider, collector and facilitator of:
a. Request made by nonprofits for organizational and operational support. b. Offerings made by college students for services offered and job placement using our website registration page. c. All written assessment, business templates and procedures needed by students to assist nonprofits. d. Monthly training orientations and general workshops for emerging nonprofits, informing them of the “Humanitarian Student Exchange Program”. e. Additional tools and support needed by the nonprofit which spans above and beyond the services provided by the student intern.
2. College Students are required to be a Junior or Senior in select majors. Upon nonprofit micro job assignment students will:
a. Conduct an area specific assessment or audit of the nonprofits business and operational practices. b. Upon completion of each assessment the student will provide the nonprofit with tips, templates and common resources for a DIY solution to any areas needing improvement. c. Micro job request will be specific in nature, such as:
i. Marketing major audits the health a nonprofits advertisement and fundraising techniques or campaigns. ii. Accounting majoraudits, a nonprofits ability to properly account incoming and outgoing revenue and for compliance tax or standing with the IRS iii. Finance major assesses the nonprofits current fundraising and revenue model. Short term and long-term financial ability to support their cause. iv. Managerial Science major audits the operational organization of day to day business task, such as capacity planning, growth production and board member roles and functions.
3. Nonprofits can request assistance through the Charity Market Place after the completion of a initial assessment. Assessment results will be provided and a student will be assigned with the goal to improve a issue identified or with the goal of improving a current business process or procedure. Request for micro-job assistance should include:
a. Address one specific area needing operational improvement (example: Nonprofit cannot request a full organization audit or re-haul). b. Have a beginning and ending date not to exceed 24 hours upon student assignment. c. Provide written certification of the hours and job task completed by the student Humanitarian. d. Provide feedback on weather expectations were met and what improvements where made by the student.
4. University partners:
a. Support the advertisement of the Humanitarian Student Exchange program on any or all platforms which support internship postings or opportunities. (Handshake, job boards, flyers etc.). b. Recognize the completed nonprofit micro-jobs as internship credit.

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