It’s both sad – and a sure sign of the times. For years, Tenderloin Health took care of thousands of the Bay Area’s most marginalized and needy people with HIV. But today, the one-time multi-million dollar agency is effectively no more, its programs and clients handed off to other providers.
There are, of course, always issues particular to any organization that closes its doors, but the demise of another large nonprofit spotlights another question: are there simply too many (LGBT) nonprofits? Shouldn’t more nonprofits simply merge? Continue reading