Nonprofits are not adorable, cute, little organizations that help the needy. At least that’s how chief executive of D.C. Central Kitchen Mike Curtin puts it when people try to shame his nonprofit’s earned-income ventures.
“We’re a business and if we don’t approach it that way, we’re not going to be successful,” Curtain said to nearly 60 nonprofit leaders at a recent conference hosted by Booz Allen Hamilton at its McLean headquarters.
The panel discussion is one in a series of conferences that Booz Allen has organized since 2007 to provide small nonprofits with management and fundraising insights.
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