The following organization descriptions and map provide more specific information for and an illustration of the national nonprofit infrastructure—as it currently stands. The organizations described in longer form here are participants in a national group, the Pocantico Planning Group, which has been meeting over two years to discuss the future of nonprofit infrastructure. That group has been meeting with the funders listed below. The organizations described in shorter form, while not part of the Pocantico Planning Group, are also crucial members of the nonprofit infrastructure.
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