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I currently own a preschool center that is set up as a for-profit business. The previous owner had it as a non-profit business and did quite well. When I bought the business, I was highly encouraged to go for-profit, although I wanted to be a non-profit. I have owned the center for nearly three months and am regretting being talked into having the center a for-profit. We serve low-income families in a low income neighborhood and is quite content with just paying the bills and staying open. I want to switch so I may pursue grants that will aid in the education for my children at the center, the staff that want to go to school for early education and for some improvements to our play yard. Any help or advise would be greatly appreciated!