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Texas: On the Verge - Value and Vulnerability of Austin's Nonprofit Sector (2015) « State Bulletins « NED Bulletins « Nonprofit Economic Data Publications « U.S. Publications « Downloads
Date postedFebruary 27, 2015
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CategoriesState Bulletins, NED Bulletins, Nonprofit Economic Data Publications, U.S. Publications
Tagsaustin, texas, united states

This report from Greenlights, including data from our Nonprofit Economic Data Project, examines the state of Austin’s nonprofit sector, detailing its size, scope and economic value, which has assets approaching $10 billion. It finds that, while some organizations are on the verge of breakout success, sector-wide and organizational challenges have left others on the verge of shutting down. Also available on the Greenlights website here.


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