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May 23, 2017

Interest in Nonprofit Mergers and Partnerships Unexpectedly High, Study Suggests

Tyler LaRiviere/Chicagoist

Between Friends, a Chicago nonprofit whose mission is to prevent domestic violence, recently merged with a smaller organization that supports survivors of domestic violence. The move allows Between Friends to expand its programming and opens up new possibilities for raising money from individuals. Here, the group's Light Up the Lakefront event honors victims of abuse.

After years of wrestling to patch the holes in his group’s budget, Sabin Danziger decided it was time.

Mr. Danziger was board president of the Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center, which for nearly 70 years had run early-childhood, youth, and senior...

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