Commentary

Before deciding on a full merger, consider that a nonprofit collaboration can offer a less intensive solution.
A merger is just one of several ways nonprofits can work together.
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David DeParolesa, Give Lively CEO
This fundraising technology iterates with nonprofits instead of at them.
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Gilbert Plaza presents at NYU Lutheran Hospital
Advocate Gilbert Plaza will be participating in the 2018 NYC Disability Pride Parade
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Outreach programming in action
This is what a career in substance abuse treatment meant, then and now.
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Center for NYC Neighborhoods
A decade later the Center for NYC Neighborhoods is still working to protect homeownership.
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Tiasia O’Brien is founding partner and head of strategy at Seam Social Labs, which helps support local urban economies.
Small to midsize nonprofits fundraising strategies should include planning for program-related investments.
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Comunilife's Life is Precious program helps Latina teens at risk for committing suicide.
Comunilife's Life is Precious program prevents suicides among Latina teens
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The New York Merger Acquisition and Collaboration Fund was established in 2012.
A look back on six years of making deals with The New York Merger Acquisition and Collaboration Fund
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Vital programming for 34,000 middle school students is at stake.
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Sunrise in New York City
More diversity is needed to tackle budget cuts and funding uncertainties.
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