Ohu Finance supports communities to collectively own assets. We promote regenerative financial structures, that enable money to circulate in the local economy rather than collecting in the hands of a few. We support you to utilise social impact financing mechanisms for your project, this includes business planning and financial modelling; financial literacy; identifying the most appropriate form of funding; and a review of the various finance strategies to get you on your way to collective ownership.
We offer support in:
- Business Planning - to become investor ready
- Financial Literacy - speaking the language of business
- Funding Pathways - looking at the various channels of funding
- Financial Structures - regenerative business models.
- Vision, Mission, Values and Purpose
- Purpose Workshop for Social Enterprise
- Business Case Template
- Prince2 Business Case
- Better Business Case
- Financial Statements Explained
- Income Statement Guide
- Income Statement Video
- Balance Sheet Guide
- Balance Sheet Video
- Cashflow Forecasts Guide
- Cashflow Video
- Financial Terminology
- Social Enterprise Terminology
- Traditional Financing Sources
- How Start-up Funding Works
- Finding Funding for Social Enterprises
- Impact Investing
- Social Investment Overview
- Fundraise Using Social Media
- Attracting Philanthropists to Your Organisation
- Financial Structures Explained
- Flow of Money in Traditional Company Structures
- Vision, Mission, Values and Purpose Workshop
- Customised Business Case
- Feasibility Study
- Financial Modelling
- Project Budget
- Understand Financial Basics
- Financial Literacy Session
- Getting Ready for Social Investment
- Support with Funding Applications
- How to Approach Investors
- Financing Option for Projects
- Ohu Regenerative Finance
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If this all seems confusing, don't worry. We're here to help.
Our team can work with you through everything you need to understand how to start your project, from what to think about before you get started, how to choose the appropriate financial structure and who you might need to call in for help at certain stages.
The test of our progress is not whether we add to the abundance of those who have much. It is whether we provide enough to those who have little.