Since you can't contribute materially in all areas of the new business you can't expect to reap the rewards. This is harsh on those that think they have a great idea. On top of that they usually never tell their potential partners the full idea since they fear being ripped off. These want to be entrepreneurs often melt down right about here and flame everyone around them.

There are already MANY ideas about financial help out there. Micro-loans and so many others that I can write that your idea is not new. You also have the legal angles to work out which means someone on your new team will be of a legal background. That's an area I've seen fledgling beginners fail too many times. Didn't do the legal work and get burned by their government or by trespassing on a patent.