Non-profit services are usually not in a strong position to take up a mortgage, or borrow short/long term to renovate, relocate, or expand.
This article discusses problems such as one faced by the manager of a community-based service who was caught between saving money and building up reserves to relocate the centre in years to come from leased land that would not be able to renewed - or using savings to maintain fees at current levels and not pass cost increases onto families.
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