Friday, December 03, 2010
The Nonprofit Quarterly | @npquarterly | Mission Accomplished? Nonprofit Considers Program Closure: "December 1, 2010; Source: New York Times | We've lost track of the number of stories over the past few years about the many nonprofits being forced to close down, lay off staff, and leave people who depend on their services out in the cold. But what about a decision to close a nonprofit because the people living in the community it has long served are now too wealthy to justify continuing operations? That's exactly the situation facing the Children's Aid Society, which is considering closing a school in New York's Greenwich Village."