If so, check this out: a $250,000 prize for nonprofits who have chosen cooperation over competition.
The Collaboration Prize recognizes collaborations among two or more nonprofit organizations that each would otherwise provide the same or similar programs or services and compete for clients, financial resources and staff. The Prize also seeks to build an information base of effective practice models that can be studied and used by academics, nonprofit leaders and grant-makers to inspire and advance their work.
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