Title: Semble's Approach to Navigating the World of Nonprofit Loans

Time: Wednesdays 9:30a - 10:00a PST / Thursdays - 4:00p - 4:30p PST

Webinar Dates:  Click Here for Upcoming Dates

Navigating the World of Nonprofit Loans

Your organization is on the frontline providing some of the most vital services in the life of our communities, but resources are perpetually in short supply. Impact investing solves this by bringing a customized solution that can free up significant dollars for nonprofits and ministries that have loan needs.

By coordinating impact investments, not charity, from supporters as well as bank options to fulfill the loan need, organizations have been able to realize savings of up to 60% on monthly loan payments.

Join us for this webcast as we explore a variety of loan options and how to best position your nonprofit to secure lower-interest financing.

Attendees will learn:

  • Ways to position your organization now to best secure financing
  • What loan options are available to nonprofits
  • How Impact Investing works
  • How your loan need can expand donor involvement

About our speaker: Todd R. Tarbert 

Todd R. Tarbert, Founder and CEO of Semble. Todd is an attorney by background and spent the early part of his career raising capital for private companies and eventually started running technology companies. He has focused the past 10 years on developing innovative and sustainable support models for nonprofit organizations. By facilitating a comprehensive approach which blends traditional and socially-responsible forms of lending, Semble has been instrumental in helping secure lower-cost financing for its clients while helping to cultivate stronger relationships with donors.

Semble provides a comprehensive approach for addressing nonprofit loan needs by assessing all available options with the focus on securing low-cost loan solutions that position the borrower for long-term financial success. What differentiates Semble and provides a unique option for nonprofits is it online investment platform that allows nonprofits to directly sources loan needs with its socially-minded investors. To date, an estimated $11 million has been freed up in interest expenses alone to better serve communities.