With donations down and need up, Hawaii’s nonprofits get creative to make ends meet

With donations down and need up, Hawaii’s nonprofits get creative to make ends meet

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The Hawaii Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations believes now more then ever not-for-profit organizations must use creative means to raise funds. Many of them are hurting, with donations down and need up.

“Certainly, the smaller non-profits that maybe before the pandemic were already with limited cash reserves are probably very challenged right now to keep going, with a lot of the revenue sources for nonprofits drying up,” HANO president Lisa Maruyama said.

That could mean nonprofits combining their operations to save on overhead, or full-on mergers happening between some organizations. “We may not see evidence of that for maybe a couple of months more, maybe into early 2021,” Maruyama said.

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