Jewish Funders Network's Crisis Loan Fund to Help Nonprofits Hurt by Madoff Ponzi Scheme
“It’s a solution that allows foundations to use resources other than just financial to help nonprofits,” says Charendoff. ”Funders can use contacts and human resources to not only provide emergency aid to nonprofits, but also to strengthen operations for the long term.”
Information about The Crisis Loan Fund and Pro-Bono Resource Bank are available at http://www.jfunders.org.
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