Nonprofits could use a boost as year comes to an end

By , Daily Memphian Updated: November 29, 2021 4:00 AM CT | Published: November 29, 2021 4:00 AM CT
<strong>&ldquo;It&rsquo;s looking pretty bleak,&rdquo; Kevin Dean, CEO of Momentum Nonprofit Partners, says of a recent economic impact survey showing an increase over last year of nonprofits expecting to end the year with a financial shortfall.</strong> (Greg Campbell/Daily Memphian file)

“It’s looking pretty bleak,” Kevin Dean, CEO of Momentum Nonprofit Partners, says of a recent economic impact survey showing an increase over last year of nonprofits expecting to end the year with a financial shortfall. (Greg Campbell/Daily Memphian file)

Still trying to catch up from revenue and donations lost during the COVID-19 pandemic, area nonprofit leaders are hoping to finish the year strong.

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nonprofits Momentum Nonprofit Partners Kevin Dean Girls Inc. of Memphis Lisa Moore Memphis Music Initiative Rychetta Watkins Streets Ministries Stephen Green Natasha Parks DeafConnect Overton Park Conservancy Tina Sullivan
Don Wade

Don Wade

Don Wade has been a Memphis journalist since 1998 and he has won awards for both his sports and news/feature writing. He is originally from Kansas City and is married with three sons.


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