Business support for nonprofits grows

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Articles - October 2011
Thursday, September 22, 2011

Oregon businesses’ support for nonprofits continues to grow modestly post recession. However, perceptions that charitable activities help an organization's reputation have declined since then.  Responses were provided by 620 Oregon Business readers in an online survey conducted in late August by research partner CFM Strategic Communications.

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Daniel Wasil
0 #1 ROIDaniel Wasil 2011-09-29 15:34:33
It's important for the Third Sector to deeply understand the for profit sector's needs and partner with them accordingly. The days of casual requests for donations is long gone.
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