Opinion: Remaking the Nonprofit Landscape
June 19, 2009, The San Francisco Chronicle — For years, there has been growing concern that the Bay Area has become home to too many nonprofit organizations. The sheer number, critics said, was inefficient and unsustainable.
The economic crisis has heightened those concerns as our state, county and city governments make difficult choices about which nonprofit services will be continued and which will be cut. These cutbacks, coupled with the decline in charitable gifts from donors, will remake the nonprofit landscape.
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