By Monica E. Oss “No one wants to give a significant contribution to an organization that is circling the drain.” This comment was made by a board member of a community foundation in a recent meeting. The discussion was whether they were going to provide funding for a local provider organization that has been hard hit by the pandemic crisis. The board member said there were many organizations (more than they could fund) asking for financial relief and that this particular organization didn’t appear to be sustainable going forward, even with the financial relief. As the conversation continued, the suggestion was made that the…
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