When a national survey last year revealed big differences in what nonprofit practitioners and the public regard as the most pressing social problems, the Forbes Funds expected that its neighbors in Pittsburgh would be different. With a strong civic culture, public-private partnerships, and four graduate programs in nonprofit management, Pittsburgh residents would be much more likely to appreciate the severity of these concerns in their community, Forbes thought.
However, in a report released...
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