Tuesday, November 23, 2004

Metro (washingtonpost.com)

Metro (washingtonpost.com): "Too Many Nonprofits, Charity Chief Says

Brian Gallagher, president and chief executive of Alexandria-based United Way of America, said yesterday that the nonprofit sector is too big and has outstripped the ability of government regulators to oversee it.
In a speech at the National Press Club, Gallagher said that the number of nonprofit groups has grown nearly 70 percent in the past decade and that 39,000 new nonprofits are created each year. 'We have a culture in our sector that believes that more is always better,' he said, 'versus a relentless drive to provide more value by . . . better utilizing existing resources"

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