Delaware nonprofits struggle with diversity, tax changes and funding shortfalls
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Delaware nonprofits struggle with diversity, tax changes and funding shortfalls

From Delaware Business Times

Delaware nonprofits are focusing on ways to innovate through diversity and innovation, even as they struggle to maintain funding for key programs and create new ones.

The Delaware nonprofit sector employs 45,307 people and generates $2.9 billion in wages, generating $5.4 billion in spending, says Sheila Bravo, president of the Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement (DANA), citing data from the 2017 Bureau of Labor Statistics and other federal sites.

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https://www.delawarebusinesstimes.com/delaware-nonprofits-still-struggling/