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Many local and community non-profits now shoulder an increasing share of society's mandate to care for those in need. The leaders of these organizations now face perplexing questions about how best to respond to the particular needs of their community, in order to continue high-quality service in the face of new financial pressures, and to retain the organization's distinctive religious character amid the onslaught of new clients and demands. This work is a collection of advice from both researchers and service providers offering leaders the practical guidance they need for the rapidly evolving future.
EDWARD L. QUEEN currently directs the Islamic Society of North America's fellowships in nonprofit management and governance. He previously served as director of the religion and philanthropy project at the Indiana University Center on Philanthropy and as a program officer at Lilly Endowment, Inc.