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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?

“What folks say …

…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

Keith is a gifted major gift fundraiser, and relationship builder, who led a team of 4 development officers through a very successful campaign. As someone who worked directly for Keith, I can add that he was an incredible mentor to me, and offered advice, ideas, but always first listened.

“… 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 an experienced leader with a wealth of expertise in the management of charities and large businesses. He is leading our organization through a process of structuring the governance and sponsorship program , working directly with my Board Chair and myself, the Executive Director. His skills have been invaluable to our organization.”