Equipment Leasing and Financing
Leasing allows for the preservation of cash. Having cash on hand provides the flexibility and security today’s small businesses rely on for running the day-to-day operations and gives the necessary “cushion” for unexpected expenses and emergencies. Plus, leasing offers many tax savings and benefits not available by purchasing equipment outright. Make your equipment pay for itself with Leasing. Financing with A-OK Playgrounds with playground leasing, playground financing, playground equipment leasing, and playground equipment financing.
• 100% Financing
• Flexible terms, 1-5 years
• No down payments, usually only 1st payment in advance
• Tax benefits
• All types of equipment
• All types of businesses, including start –up’s
• Leases start at $5,000 and there is no cap
• Preserve bank lines
In today’s economy, access to financing for small to mid-sized businesses can be challenging. We remove financing barriers by offering unique options for all credits and any business purpose Traditional lenders are ignoring small business needs, but we believe businesses with a consistent revenue stream have untapped borrowing potential. We can help companies, which may have been considered too risky by traditional lenders, qualify for up to $250,000 by offering alternative financing options for:
• Accounts Payable
For businesses with a consistent and diversified revenue stream, we are able to offer quick access to working capital. Our process is simple, easy, and without the hassle of traditional bank loans. There is no cost or obligation to apply. Funds are available when you need them, in as little as 2-4 days.
How much Cash will your business qualify for Today?
- Harold Bailey (Business)
- Equipment Leasing & Financing
- Phone: 214-668-2596
- Dustin Christianson (Business)
- Brickhouse Capital
- Phone: 480-948-5539
- Pam Waldron (Business)
- Navitas Credit
- Phone: 866-956-2848 x241
- Lending Club (Personal Use)
- Phone 888-596-3157
Grants can serve as an easy way to get the funds your community needs to pay for the playground your children deserve. Grants usually are given to schools, day care facilities, and in some cases churches. To receive eligibility for these grants you must write a letter to the particular grant facilitator. This letter will contain in detail the need for a playground, whether it be to replace an existing outdated playground or provide a new structure. You must provide statistics and logical reasoning as to why you should be considered for a grant. In some cases the grants are completely free to the accepted grantee. These grants are given out by Federal and State governments, as well as many large corporations that aid in the advancement in education and children's play.
You can find out about these grants by contacting your state government or go to http://www.grants.gov/ for federal government grants. Non government grants can be found here, http://www.k12grants.org/grant_opps.htm
Here is more great information dealing with grants.
Playground Grants Below is a sample of the government agency, corporation, and nonprofit grants in our guide. Those grants cover a variety of applications, such as community parks, schools, churches, and some are accessibility-specific.
1. Project Fit America Project Fit America is a national agency that works at the grassroots level with schools and front-line educators to create new opportunities for kids to be active, fit and healthy.
2. Home Depot – Building Healthy Communities The Home Depot Foundation's primary goal is to provide grants and volunteer opportunities to support the renovation, refurbishment, retrofitting, accessibility modifications, and/or weatherization of existing homes, centers, elementary schools and other similar facilities.
3. Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation The Reeve Foundation Quality of Life Grants Program awards grants to nonprofit organizations that impact and empower people living with paralysis, their families and caregivers.
4. Walmart Community Giving Program Walmart awards local cash grants every year to help address the needs of the communities where they operate. Any school or organization with projects that specifically benefit the community as a whole can apply.
5. W.K. Kellogg Foundation Grant The W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) believes all children should have an equal opportunity to thrive. WKKF has worked with dozens of communities on projects to help vulnerable children realize their full potential.