Nonprofits are appropriately viewed primarily as mission-driven organizations. Evaluations of success focus on the nonprofit's impact in the community. Nonprofits are business enterprises as well, built on an underlying business model that makes the programs and organizations operate and succeed. This resource explains financial structure of nonprofits, broken down into four core components. These components: revenue mix, infrastructure and expenses, program cost, and capital structure, define the business model that creates value for the community and sustains the business entity.