Nonprofit Quarterly, Serious Contracting Problems Place Nonprofits at Risk in New York


Doug Bauer, who heads the Clark Foundation in New York City, is speaking out about the state of nonprofit contracting in the city and the state of New York: “It has been a quiet crisis that I think can no longer be quiet. The nonprofit human services agencies that manage the social safety net in this city have really been systematically starved financially by the city and the state.”

“We can worry about what’s going on in D.C. and we’re going have big advocacy battles about domestic spending in this country, and we should,” Bauer continues. “But at the end of the day, this issue sits ultimately at City Hall. They have got to figure this out.”

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