Joining together for positive change

Schmidt, Cathy
November 2010
New Hampshire Business Review;11/19/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 24, p24
The article focuses on the call of nonprofit organizations to every sector in New Hampshire to establish partnerships and a new model of engagement. A group of nonprofit executives say that there is an increased number of homeless children and demand for foreclosure counseling. Nonprofit and for-profit businesses both develop long-term sustainability strategies in order to tackle with economic challenges. A study claims that companies' core business strategy is corporate social responsibility.


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