People In Hawaii Are Struggling. The Nonprofits That Help Them Are Too

People In Hawaii Are Struggling. The Nonprofits That Help Them Are Too

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Lisa Maruyama, president and chief executive officer at the Hawaii Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations, said some small, struggling nonprofits are voicing interest in pooling resources or consolidating with other nonprofits to bolster their chances of survival.

“Could we share a bookkeeper, a copier, a website designer? Could we share office space? Could we share staff? These are the informal inquiries that the tiny, grassroots nonprofits are starting to ask,” Maruyama said.

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Honolulu Civil Beat
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