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When a Charity Closes, What Should be Disclosed?

When a Charity Closes, What Should be Publicly Disclosed?

In the coming weeks and months I want to dig deeper into this issue as it impacts our charitable sector and the public confidence in our work. In the meantime, I thought I would first turn to you for your response to the my first burning question.

When a charity abruptly stops serving its community, what detail of information, if any, is the public entitled to receive?

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…about our relationship and approach to the work is greatly appreciated. The quality of our relationships forged along the way and the success we have shared together gives us oxygen.” – Keith D Publicover

“… impressed by his dedication to the mission .., his courage to lead organizational change, his resilience in challenging circumstances, and his commitment to finding solutions in complex, emotionally-charged situations. He serves as trusted counsel when it is unclear what the next step is and can see what others might miss.” 

“Keith is a change agent, with a keen sense of how to move major projects forward. Driven but empathetic, his broad professional and life experiences inform his passion … Keith is a pragmatist, direct and honest, and takes ownership for his work regardless of circumstance… I very much enjoyed working with Keith and appreciated his commitment to providing context and clarity.”

Keith has been supporting Shelter Movers in a pro bono capacity, providing advice on governance, fundraising and organizational scaling. We have appreciated his guidance and have capitalized on a number of opportunities through Keith’s many connections and relationships.