The future of the nonprofit sector: challenges, changes, and policy considerations
A Publication of INDEPENDENT SECTOR Offers innovative strategies to help nonprofits cope with ongoing economic, social, and political trAnds the future of the nonprofit sector.
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Changing Roles and Responsibilities
How the Legitimacy of the Sector Has Eroded
The Changing Partnership Between
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