Cooperation is an alternative to starting a non-profit organization

Why are inspired and ambitious start-ups not looking for existing organizations and agencies they can work with? Everyone seems to like the idea of ​​collaboration, but most don’t really want to collaborate in practice.

About 33,000 nonprofits already exist in Massachusetts. According to some estimates, there are between 750 and 1,000 non-profit organizations in the Cape and the islands. They range from well-known hospitals and educational institutions to small, very small organizations run by a mission, without staff, without revenue and two or three board members.

When asked why people want to start their own non-profit organization, they say they want to run an organization that will solve a problem or respond to a need that no other organization responds to.

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