The Nonprofit entrepreneur: creating ventures to earn income
In this thorough, topic-by-topic approach to nonprofit earned income, consultant Edward Skloot demonstrates how nonprofits can launch successful enterprises without compromising their missions. Each chapter written by a different expert and includes case studies, practical "how-to" information, and insights derived from actual experience.
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The Growth of and Rationale for Nonprofit
The Legal Context of Nonprofit Enterprise
How to Think About Enterprise
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