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With the building entrance for those with disabilities next to a dumpster, @mdphilanthropy began an organization overhaul. This story features lessons, tips, and resources from the group as well as @DisPhilanthropy.
Foundations that provide more simultaneous MYGOS + capacity building supports do so out of a commitment to strengthen grantee organizations and desire to help grantees address needs that they might not be able to prioritize with multiyear GOS grants alone. https://cep.org/strengthening-nonprofits-the-value-of-complementing-multiyear-gos-grants-with-capacity-building-supports/
Another important & rich report by @CEPData finds both general operating support (GOS) grants & capacity building strengthen nonprofit orgs. Yet, we know this type of support is RARE & even on the decline.
Thanks to @naomiorensten & her team @CEPData for this important research. https://twitter.com/CEPData/status/1441122699133157381