Bruce Boyd

Washington, DC, June 16, 2009 — With nonprofits suffering from a drop in giving and looking for ways to leverage reduced funds, talk of M&A in the nonprofit community (where "M&A" stands for mergers & alliances rather than mergers & acquisitions) is growing, and it could even signal a spate of mergers to come. To assist philanthropists in addressing this emerging trend, Arabella Philanthropic Investment Advisors, a national philanthropy advisor, has released its latest issue brief: Investing in Nonprofit M&A. The research report reviews current trends and discusses the most important considerations about nonprofit M&A for philanthropists.

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