Sample size, methodology skew numbers
The Portland Business Journal - June 16, 2006
by Robin J. Moody
Business Journal staff writer
Leaders at Oregon nonprofits are ripping a new study that shows Portland's charities are inefficient and have anemic rates of giving.
This is the first year that New Jersey-based Charity Navigator included Portland in its metro market annual study. Its analysis comes on the heels of philanthropy studies released by the Oregon Community Foundation and the Seattle-based Collins Group."