Not All Grants Are Created Equal explores the debate on foundations providing project support versus operating support. The report investigates the types of organizations that receive the most general operating support and lays out the case of why nonprofits need general operating support and why foundations are often reluctant to provide it.
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Title: Not All Grants Are Created Equal: Why Nonprofits Need General Operating Support from Foundations
Publication date 2005-09-14
Publication Year 2005
, Jeff Krehely
National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy
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