Nonprofits interested in learning more about mergers and collaboration, or in getting advice about how to explore a particular transaction, may find the following articles helpful.
Funders, acting individually or through funder collaboratives, are increasingly recognizing that collaboration is an important form of capacity building. The number of funders is small but growing.
New York is fortunate to have a set of high-quality technical assistance and outsourcing providers that can help nonprofits in areas such as strategic planning, fundraising, board development, interim management, legal services, HR, and accounting.
The decision to pro-actively wind down a nonprofit can be difficult. The process itself is also daunting but there are resources to help.
Below is information about credit and impact investment sources relevant to New York nonprofits with real estate, working capital, or expansion-related financing needs.
Venture philanthropy can be an important source of funding and support for smaller/earlier-stage, high-performance organizations with ambitions for rapid growth.
The literature on risk management is limited but growing. We’ve tried to collect the best of it here given the growing interest in the area.
Here are books and articles that we have found helpful and regularly recommend to those with a serious interest in the sector who are also old-fashioned enough to believe in reading.