Written by Jennifer Fitzgerald
Western North Carolina nonprofits that collaborate and partner together do so in order to make a difference—and to boost their organizations’ effectiveness and efficiency.
There’s strength in numbers, so it’s natural that different nonprofits would create alliances through which they can both benefit. Capital at Play spoke to a number of individuals from the regional nonprofit sector in order to examine this dynamic.
Lindsay Hearn of the Community Foundation of Western North Carolina points out that “many local nonprofits collaborate to avoid duplication of services and to ensure that broad coalitions are working to solve issues facing the region.”
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