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BORROWING BASE
A mechanism for monitoring that funds advanced under a line of credit bear some proportionality to either the asset being financed or the source of repayment. Usually defined as a percentage less than
BRIDGE LOAN
Loan made on a short-term basis in anticipation of being paid out by permanent or long-term funding. Also refers to loans made against contract receivables or capital campaign pledges, expected to be
BUILDING CODE
Regulations, ordinances or statutory requirements of a governmental unit relating to building construction and occupancy.
BUILDING PERMIT
Permission granted by a local government to build or renovate a specific structure at a particular site. More than one permit may be required, depending on the situation.
BUILDING RESERVE
A capital improvement reserve fund. Money set aside to pay for facility upkeep, where the amounts can be large, the ultimate need a certainty, but where the exact timing is uncertain. These are often
BY LAWS
A document outlining the governance of and what activities a legal entity may or may not engage in, including defining the officers, outlining the board composition and terms, the frequency of board m
CAPITAL
Money available for an organization’s use in business transactions. [Can also be referred to as what an organization has and how it is distributed: Assets, Liabilities, and Net Assets.]
CAPITAL CAMPAIGN
A fundraising drive that takes place outside of (and in addition to) annual operating fundraising, usually to raise funds for a facility (or capital project), an endowment, and/or reserves.
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
A facility or equipment upgrade (as distinguished from maintenance or repair) that will have a life of more than one year, and that adds to an organization's asset base. While sometimes considered an
CAPITALIZATION
The distribution, nature and magnitude of an organization’s assets, liabilities and net assets. Also known as capital structure. Healthy organizations make choices about how they are capitalized, unde
CASE STATEMENT
A case for support, written primarily for a capital campaign, that outlines an organization's history, current status, future plans, including facility plans, and fundraising objectives. The case stat
CASH FLOW
The receipt and disbursement of monies.
CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES
Payments and/or receipts from lines of credit, notes payable, term loans.
CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES
Payments and/or receipts from acquisitions or sales of marketable securities, as well as from fixed assets such as property & equipment.
CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Cash changes in working capital items, such as accounts and grants receivable, inventory, accounts payable, accrued liabilities and deferred revenue.