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GVSU study finds internal training key to improving nonprofit performance

Date: July 7, 2013

It comes as no surprise that nonprofits have a continual pressing need for money, but some of the potential solutions to that challenge might be as easy as providing for internal staff training needs and reducing turnover. 

 
So says the 2013 Nonprofits Needs Assessment Report funded by the Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University. The report contains information gleaned from 138 different nonprofits throughout Michigan.


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