Co-op boards act as landlords: They determine who may move into the building, what sort of alterations may be made to the units, and even how much heat any individual owner receives.
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Last year, Nonprofit Finance Fund released a report looking at the performance of the philanthropic equity deals they have done over the past four years.
The debate on the 2012 budget and the President’s own history with the nonprofit sector gave me a better understanding as to why the President might have made some of his decisions.
When it comes to innovation in civil society, there is nothing that can match the speed and ingenuity of communities that come together to make a change, develop a tool, or feed a need.
The hundreds, if not thousands, of nonprofits and collaborations that are similar to CAPs should definitely take notice.
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While public-private partnerships have remained elusive to many, Cambodia, one of the least developed countries in the world, has been quietly using the strategy to provide universal HIV/AIDS treatment.
Investing in leadership development represents a prerequisite to a new US foreign policy that is more in accord with today’s unstable and volatile times.
A Cambodian restaurant trains former street youth for jobs in the hospitality industry.
A look at several troubling developments in microfinance.
Nonprofits and socially responsible businesses can claim one distinct advantage to other sectors: the trust of the general public.