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Pretending to be what they're not only goes so far for politicians
Topic - Antony Bugg-Levine
A recovering economy isn't providing a lift for the nation's charities and nonprofit groups, as a major report finds that, for many, donations are down while the demand for services keeps rising.
"The struggles nonprofits face are not the short-term result of an economic cycle," he said in a statement accompanying the report. "They are the results of fundamental flaws in the way we finance social good."
"They're trading a system that they know doesn't work for one that they don't know but hope will work," he told The Chronicle of Philanthropy in an interview. "There's a lot of risk in this change for nonprofits."