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The skills to pay the bills: An evaluation of an effort to help nonprofits manage their finances

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Nonprofit organizations, which deliver many of the social services Americans receive, often face financial management challenges that affect the quality of their services. First, they face complex public and private funding environments that impose substantial administrative burdens and economic uncertainty. Second, many have insufficient internal capabilities (many organizations would call these "capacities") to respond to these realities. This report examines how 25 Chicago-based organizations responded over a four-year period to an initiative designed to address these two aspects of their financial challenges. (author abstract)
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Illinois

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