Survey: Local nonprofits struggling with financial, staffing woes

A RECENT SURVEY conducted by the Grantmakers Council of Rhode Island and the United Way of Rhode Island show that the surveyed nonprofits are struggling financially, particularly with inflation. Many are also experiencing a staffing crisis. / PBN FILE PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
A RECENT SURVEY conducted by the Grantmakers Council of Rhode Island and the United Way of Rhode Island show that the surveyed nonprofits are struggling financially, particularly with inflation. Many are also experiencing a staffing crisis. / PBN FILE PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
PROVIDENCE – A survey conducted by the United Way of Rhode Island and the Grantmakers Council of Rhode Island paints a bleak picture for the state’s nonprofit sector, stating the Ocean State’s economic recovery will be hampered if local nonprofits do not receive significant investments. The United Way and Grantmakers Council surveyed close to 300…

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