What are the benefits of nonprofits working collaboratively?

November 4, 2010

Phillip Davis, TSNE, Grant Coordinator


  • Expanding the capacity of individual organizations 
  • Sharing best practices
  • Increasing community impact
  • Furthering the field locally and nationally
This video was originally shared on blip.tv by tsne with a No license (All rights reserved) license.

3 Responses to “What are the benefits of nonprofits working collaboratively?”

  1. Robert Leming Says:

    Great content, thanks!

    It is hard (perhaps impossible?) to send a link directly to an individual video (e.g. non-profits collaborating) – the top line URL remains the same whatever video you are viewing.

    It is awkward to say “hey, check this out, scroll down to the 9th video – its about 3 quarters of the way ….”

    Great work – keep it up!

    Robert Leming

  2. tsne Says:

    Hi Robert –

    If you click on the subject line (in green) for each video, it will bring you to a page that is the post for just that video. You should be able to copy the URL for the specific video from there.

    (This video is https://tsne.wordpress.com/2010/11/04/what-are-the-benefits-of-nonprofits-working-collaboratively/ , for example.)

    I hope this helps,


  3. Kelley Coyner Says:

    It is always a good thing to see people touting collaboration between and among nonprofits. I find it hard to make the case in the abstract and am on the look out for stories of nonprofits that benefited themselves or their shared missions by collaborating together. I would love it if you could share stories of success in each of the three areas of collaboration. Thanks so much.

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