Municipal and Non-Profit Leasing Options Are Available
Libraries of all types and sizes need financial help. The more funds a library is able to raise, the better the quality of the programs and services it can provide to young learners and the local community.
With more than two decades of experience under our belt, AWE Learning has found that libraries can make literacy technology purchases with money from state, local, and federal funding. Bond referendums, operational budgets, grants, generosity of local citizens are also options.
The newest option to purchase AWE Learning workstations is leasing. A lease purchase agreement is a way for public, private and non-profit libraries to preserve cash, control budgets, and do away with length or expensive bureaucracy. Through Baystone Government Finance (a division of KS StateBank), leasing options are available with two primary benefits:
- An installment purchase agreement, also known as a Lease-to-Own program, with no residual fees and no end-of-lease buyouts
- Reduced monthly expenditures, preserved cash flow, immediate funding for literacy projects, and increased monetary control