A “How-To” for Joint Ventures by Marion R. Fremont-Smith In recent years, many nonprofit charitable organizations have increasingly relied for their support on payments for services rather than from charitable contributions.
Analyzing the dynamics of funding sources - predictability and control by This matrix allows a nonprofit to understand its current and potential income mixes in terms of the extent to which it can predict the income of each source and the level of control that the nonprofit can exercise over that source. This matrix is similar to one that Jon Pratt explores in an article in the Nonprofit Quarterly
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Are Nonprofits Inefficient? by Arthur C. Brooks Nonprofits are often assailed for operating inefficiently, compared with for-profit firms. This paper argues that in fact nonprofits tend to spend too little on for example fundraising and strategic administrative functions
Adventures in voluntary price discrimination by Dennis R. Young Nonprofits have a special advantage in engaging in voluntary price discrimination because they engender the trust that contributed funds will be used to advance the organization’s social objectives, and not line anyone’s pockets.