NONPROFIT MERGERS

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    james brodie
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    IN NY, NJ AND CT THERE SEEMS TO BE A GROWING NEED FOR CONSOLIDATION IN THE NONPROFIT SECTOR. IS THERE A LAW FIRM WELL KNOW FOR THIS TYPE WORK? IS THERE A STUDY THAT IS CURRENT?

    #75441

    Seun Yakub
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    Hi James Brodie,

    Given that non-profits typically have different motivations, e.g education, health etc, do you think it will be easy to consolidate in this sector?

    #102770

    Ingrid Holbik
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    In Canada we are seeing more consolidations in the NPO sector largely due to increasing competition for donor money, view to optimize operations and efficiencies. While the motivations may be different; there is greater likelihood that there is alignment on purpose which may allow for better integration. Also people may also be used to partnering and collaborating with others.

    #103663

    Cheryl Taylor
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    I am sure there is a law firm for everything :-).

    There are many studies and opinions on GOOGLE supporting consolidations and not consolidating. https://bloomerang.co/blog/4-reasons-why-more-nonprofits-should-consolidate/

    When I volunteered for United Way, they supported a model to collapse small community non-profits so they (United Way) could received the larger corporate donation and spread more support over the community rather than have the corporate donation diluted into multiple agencies.

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