BY THOMAS D. SHARTS
Nonprofit entities are founded and developed in large numbers annually. Many of these start-up nonprofit entities are social services organizations that provide services to specific target populations to meet some type of human need. Many of these groups have noble missions and purposes, yet, unfortunately, not all of these are able to consistently attract funding sources.
In order to be established, the start-up nonprofit entity needs to file paperwork with a state or commonwealth office to determine the rudimentary governing board structure along with its mission statement. Once the start-up . . .
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