By Steve Jones
The Sun News
SHALLOTTE, N.C. - For many nonprofits in the coastal Carolinas, finding enough money to run their programs is becoming a bigger and bigger job.
A fast-growing population brings fast-growing needs, area nonprofit officials say, and things such as changes in funding rules and the economy can rock a nonprofit's budget like a series of hurricanes.
Most agencies already look to a variety of sources for money, but one - Brunswick County's Communities in Schools - has an idea it hopes can provide for its future needs and also help other area nonprofits make money."