Competition in the Voluntary Sector: The Case of Community-Based Trainers in Alberta

Walter J. Hossli The Muttart Foundation ©2000

1999 Fellow
The author highlights key competitive activities voluntary agencies now undertake to provide their services in the current environment. He explores the changes in funding, programming, administration, and more as agencies increasingly adopt a business model to survive. Recommendations aimed at alleviating some of the negative aspects of this new reality are made for funders, service providers, and stakeholders.


Competition in the Voluntary Sector, 2000