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How nonprofit human service organizations manage their funding sources: key findings and policy implications

How nonprofit human service organizations manage their funding sources: key findings and policy implications

Nonprofit Management and Leadership 2(2): 159-175

Major findings and policy implications on how nonprofit social service organizations manage their funding relations are summarized. Data from in-depth case studies of six medium-sized social service organizations with distinctive funding profiles yielded findings on the major contingencies associated with controlling fees, the volatility of donations, and the driving force of public funding relationships for funders (public and private), nonprofit managers, and the role of nonprofit organizations.

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PMID: 10120435

DOI: 10.1002/nml.4130020206

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