Influx of agencies makes it harder for nonprofits to raise the money they need
By Brian Flinchpaugh
Wednesday, February 14, 2007 12:16 PM CST
Rose-shaped chocolates present a sticky dilemma for Fern Y. Ferguson Bush.
Each year, St. Martin's Child Center in Berkeley sells the candy as one of its major fund-raising events. The $3,000 the sale raises means a lot for a child-care nonprofit agency with a limited budget, said Bush, its executive director."