West Michigan is a region that is known for its philanthropy and many nonprofit organizations. as the nonprofit sector changes due to technology, aging donors, and other variables, it has become increasingly important for nonprofits to transition to more sustainable practices. John Potter, Executive Director of Grand Rapids Area Professionals for Excellence (GRAPE), Jeshua Lauka, Business Attorney with David & Wierenga, P.C., and Salvatore Alaimo, Associate Professor for the School of Public, Nonprofit, and Health Administration at Grand Valley State University, join us in this episode to discuss nonprofit sustainability. Learn about West Michigan's culture of philanthropy, various nonprofit business models, and sustainable practices as they relate to financial sustainability, a healthy volunteer pool, and more.
Learn more at the links below:
School of Public, Nonprofit, and Health Administration at Grand Valley State University: gvsu.edu/spnha
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