An important question that often arises in the philanthropic world is: why are there so many non-profits? From this question, others come almost directly: are all these non-profits really necessary?, do all of them provide efficient solutions?, would a big organization be better at providing solutions or would multiple organizations approach better society’s problems?
This article written by Caroline Fiennes, presents arguments that throw some light into this questions. A unique answer does not exist, obviously, there are far too many factors to take into account. But, from her experience and knowledge of the charities market in England, she gives an interesting point of view to analyse the matter.
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