Interest in Nonprofit Mergers and Partnerships Unexpectedly High, Study Suggests

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 programs just a few blocks from where he lived on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Yet severe funding woes meant the center could not advance or even sustain its work. The solution, he concluded, was a merger with another, fiscally robust group.

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Drew Lindsay, The Chronicle of Philanthropy