Deposit and payment plan


Susan Woods Nonprofit Solutions is celebrating 20 years of providing resources and services for nonprofit professionals across the United States!

Susan Woods is demonstrating her appreciation for this milestone by offering her customized 501(c)(3) start-up services and reinstatement services for only $950 until August 31 instead of the regular $1,500 fee.

Lock-in discount

If you want to take advantage of the discounted $950 fee, please deposit $95 to lock-in the discount using the PayPal link below. The deposit is non-refundable. After you process the deposit, scroll down to complete the “Payment Plan Survey” to indicate how you would like to pay the $855 balance. Thank you!


We invite you to establish a payment plan to pay the $855 balance conveniently.

You can determine how much you want to pay each month and the day in which you would like to receive your payment invoice. We do NOT automatically deduct payments from your bank account.


What happens after you enroll in a payment plan?

After you enroll, in a payment plan option, I will send you an invoice on the day you choose to make your payment. This is NOT an automatic payment requirement. If you cannot pay your invoice, then no worries! You can pay it the next month.

When you pay your balance in full, I will schedule a phone consultation to discuss your 501(c)(3) nonprofit vision to get started completing your application packet. (If we have not already had a phone consultation).

Contact Susan Woods at 704-968-2769 if you have any questions.

How does Susan help clients earn 501(c)(3) status?

Click here to listen to Susan explain the 30 steps she uses to complete the Form 1023 application packets for clients across the United States who want to start or reinstate 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations correctly. Her IRS approval rating is 100 percent.

Why is the 501(c)(3) status important?

The 501(c)(3) nonprofit status allows nonprofit professionals to generate tax-free revenues to provide services to enhance the communities the nonprofit serves. The 501(c)(3) status also allows investors to make tax-deductible contributions to the nonprofit organization in which they can file on their income tax reports as write-offs.

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