by Robert Christensen and Rebecca Nesbit
“The nation’s 1.5 million nonprofits do everything from fielding Little League teams to funding orchestras.
“Despite all the good these organizations do, some donors worry that the nation has more nonprofits than it can sustain. In America alone, more than 36,000 of them provide programs and guidance for youth and over 53,000 are health care facilities, for example.
“Having too many nonprofits could potentially spread donor dollars too thin, making it hard for these groups to raise the money they need to run effective programs. For instance, how many youth-focused organizations does one town require?”
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