Nonprofits Make Their Case To Lexington City Council

Nonprofits Make Their Case To Lexington City Council

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Lexington’s nonprofit community spelled out financial concerns to city council members last week.  Kentucky Nonprofit Network CEO Danielle Clore says there’s often a persistent need for more operating revenues. 

Clore noted financial stability can be harder to attain. “When a for profit closes its doors, it’s horrible, it’s someone’s dream, jobs are lost.  But, if it’s your favorite restaurant, another restaurant is going to open in its place.  Will another philharmonic open?  Will another Children’s Museum open?  Will another domestic violence shelter open? No, probably not,” said Clore. 

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