The leaders in Michigan’s nonprofit sector say they must identify novel approaches to help their organizations meet an increased demand for services related to the lingering aftermath of the economic downturn. In West Michigan, nonprofit executives say that’s meant placing greater emphasis on collaboration among their various organizations. This article from MiBiz features CMF members Diana Sieger, Grand Rapids Community Foundation; Suprotik Stotz-Ghosh, Kalamazoo Community Foundation and CMF partners Matthew Downey, Johnson Center for Philanthropy; and Donna Murray-Brown, Michigan Nonprofit Association.
Nonprofits Focus on Collaboration to Meet Heightened Demand for Services
Tuesday, December 3, 2013