A Florida nonprofit that helps seniors and disabled people stay in their homes is facing its own demise, but a former executive director is determined not to let the organization die.
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The “amicable foreclosure” of the Great Passion Play in Eureka Springs, Ark. poses a problem to the local economy, having employed many residents and attracted tourists.
After 19 years of service, the Southwest Health Professions Education Center, Inc. in Arizona is closing down and finding some good uses for its remaining assets.
In the wake of what Volunteer Director Rodney Williams called “a nightmare that doesn’t end,” the Giving Tree, a Tucson, Ariz.-based charity for the homeless, is shutting down.
More details are emerging as to the causes behind the demise of the community development corporation Housing Our Communities, which served the Mesa, Ariz. area for 24 years.
The Second Mile Foundation, marred by alleged scandal, intends to disband and transfer approximately $2 million to the Houston, Texas-based Arrow Child and Family Ministries.
Major institutions like YWCAs rarely go out of business, much less as precipitously as the shutdown of the YWCA of the Greater Triangle area. What can we learn from its closure?
In El Paso, Texas, Community Solutions has a strong track record of helping the children of prisoners avoid their parent’s path, but as its federal funding dies, the nonprofit is struggling.
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