Nonprofits in rural areas might learn from successful youth-serving agencies whose practices are described in a new report by the Bridgespan Group, which provides strategic advice to foundations and other charitable leaders. The report, "Nonprofits in Rural America: Overcoming the Resource Gap" - funded with a grant from Atlantic Philanthropies - grew out of a business planning partnership among Atlantic, Bridgespan and the National Indian Youth Leadership Project (NIYLP). Lessons learned from that effort led to a . . .
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