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Invaluable: How to transform the nonprofit sector (and the causes it fights for) by changing the way we value and invest in charitable organizations

Invaluable_coverNonprofit organizations are challenged financially and it is limiting their ability to solve societal problems at scale. Though these issues have been discussed before, research and resources have been offered, and solutions have been proposed, we continue doing things the same way. If we really value nonprofits and the work they do, shouldn’t we be doing more to ensure their success? What is preventing us from taking action on these issues?

Invaluable explores the unspoken, underlying paradigms that guide funding and management practices and offers ways for both funders and organizations to promote greater success in achieving impact.

With societal problems becoming increasingly complex and interconnected, we cannot wait to take action. The problems are too important, and nonprofits are too invaluable.

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