In theory, we know that our organizations can’t and shouldn’t live forever. But in practice, we tend to operate with the assumption that our primary goal is to keep our organizations alive and that when they die we have failed. Accepting that dissolution is a natural part of an organizations’ life cycle is important. At the same time, we should not ignore the larger societal and systemic trends that are leading to nonprofit closures.
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