by Dave McClure

The opening years of the decade have been hard on not-for-profit organizations. Throughout the nonprofit world, levels of membership and participation have generally been on the decline as an older, more participatory generation of Americans yields to Generations X and Y. Individual donations have likewise declined, casualties of the reduction in discretionary income.

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