When to start a nonprofit: Pitt Hyde says to consider it when a problem is not being addressed by existing organizations

11/27/2013 |

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“Generally,” the Hydes prefer to modify programs to increase effectiveness, says Pitt Hyde. But sometimes they have to start one from scratch, adds Barbara Hyde. Example: the Shelby Farms Park Conservancy, formed to manage a 4,500-acre public open space.
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