Improved Nonprofit Governance

, New York Law Journal


In the current national political climate, nonprofits are likely to be called to provide new levels of support in multiple areas, including protection of civil rights, delivery of social services, immigration enforcement, family planning, and more. With the new state Nonprofit Revitalization Reform law in place, board members can focus more on supporting the organization's work rather than complying with rules that inhibit the organization's mission.

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