Non-Reporting of Fundraising Expense Widespread

Some nonprofits are loath to report the full costs of their overhead in an environment that focuses overly on that ratio as a measure of effectiveness, but that may be a mistake when it comes to an organization's credibility. This study found that 15,389 nonprofit groups, or 41% of all United States nonprofits with annual budgets of $1 million or more, represent on their 990s that they spend exactly nothing on fundraising. Can this be true?


Post date: February 28, 2013
Topics: Fundraising

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