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Thu August 29, 2013
What's Next For N.H. Non-Profits?
What’s next for non-profits? There’s a lot of soul searching in this field nowadays, with some calling for a major rethinking of what it means to be “non-profit” – including adopting ideas from the for-profit world. There’s also debate over whether we have too many non-profits and if some should merge; but others say those numbers reflect rising need, growing social problems and limited funding.
Stacy Palmer, Editor of The Chronicle of Philanthropy, a news source in the non-profit world.
Mary Ellen Jackson, Executive Director of the New Hampshire Center for Non-Profits.
Maureen Beauregard (9:20), President and founder of Families in Transition, which provides housing and social services to individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
John Tobin (9:40), Executive Director of New Hampshire Legal Assistance, which provides legal aid to low-income and elderly people.
*The NH Center for Nonprofits is holding a Nonprofit Leadership Summit on September 20.