Many nonprofit organizations recognize the value of collaboration as a strategy for addressing community issues. Public and private grant makers are increasingly calling for collaboration as a requirement for funding. Strong collaborative partnerships have several benefits including more funding opportunities, program efficiencies, and increased legitimacy. Issues such as cultural differences, relationship management, and differing goals make collaborating challenging work. Nonprofits that rise above these challenges and excel at collaboration help their communities and themselves. Content includes stories that will help leaders recognize how collaborations aid organizations in meeting their objectives while remaining true to their mission.
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