According to endhomelessness.org, the homeless population in the United States has decreased somewhat as the economy recovers. However, these modest decreases are not enough to eliminate the problem, and many people are still living on the streets, which is why Wise Business Plans is incredibly proud to offer customized business planning support to homeless shelters and other nonprofits in 2014.

"These nonprofits and shelters often work under very constrained budgets, but they are provided something that is so vital and absolutely life-saving for so many people," said Joseph Ferriolo, director of Wise Business Plans, which provides business plans for new and expanding groups and companies. "We want to do our part by helping these nonprofits, service providers and facilities find sustainable ways to support the services they are offering and even find ways to grow, if they want."

Ferriolo said nonprofits and facilities catering to the homeless face unique challenges, often relying strictly on word-of-mouth to let people know about their services.

"It's especially important to these service entities that they understand the demographics of the area they hope to serve," he said. "They have to know the right way to approach the neighborhood in order to do the most good."

He said Wise uses cutting edge market research and demographics information in every plan, and can even help craft a marketing strategy for raising awareness.

"Homelessness is a problem that isn't going to simply disappear overnight. But, together, we can help as many people as possible."

Wise Business Plans (wisebusinessplans.com), staffed with professional MBA writers, researchers and financial experts, is a trusted partner for businesses across a broad spectrum of products and services. Our mission is to empower our clients to make the best possible business decisions, boost company performance and facilitate their funding success by laying the groundwork for strong businesses that excite, inspire and retain talented and exceptional employees.

Link:http://www.endhomelessness.org/library/entry/the-state-of-homelessness-2014