Nonprofits steel for uncertain 2011

Soule, Alexander
December 2010
Fairfield County Business Journal;12/6/2010, Vol. 49 Issue 49, p2
The article reports on the renewed challenges to be faced by nonprofit sector in Fairfield County, Connecticut in 2010. Susan Ross, chief executive office (CEO) at Fairfield County Community Foundation, warned that the sector will face challenges in 2011 because of the pressures on lawmakers to cut state, local and federal budgets. Nonprofits in Fairfield County and across the tristate region faced severe budget reduction themselves as the recession rooted.


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