The impact of gaming upon Canadian non profits : a 1999 survey of gaming grant recipients
AuthorBerdahl, Loleen Youngman
SubjectGambling -- Economic aspects -- Canada
Nonprofit organizations -- Canada -- Finance
Fund raising -- Canada
Federal aid to nonprofit organizations -- Canada
Grants-in-aid -- Canada
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AbstractInterest in the Canadian non-profit sector has increased dramatically in recent years. As governments download services and reduce government-run programs, the number of non- profit organizations grows. This raises questions about the role and importance of the non- profit sector, as well as concerns about the viability of these organizations. Of particular consideration is the funding of these organizations: will they have the resources to meet their present needs, and will they be able to manage ever-larger responsibilities, clients, and societal expectations? To explore the issues surrounding non-profits and gambling, the Non-Profit Gaming Study began in November 1998, as one part of the larger Canada West Foundation Gambling in Canada Project.
PublisherCanada West Foundation
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