Nonprofit Merger FAQs

The most common scenario for nonprofit mergers is when a nonprofit’s business model is not sustainable for the long term, yet the organization still has significant assets – not only financial but also its people, brand and systems. The organization has enough assets to limp along, yet recognizes that its future is constrained unless it identifies a merger partner with enough complementary assets to make the consolidated organization strong enough to thrive. In such a case, here are answers to some common questions about mergers:

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