Public Health Foundation Enterprises, (PHFE), Featured in Shared Services Guide

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Public Health Foundation Enterprises, (PHFE), one of the nation's largest fiscal sponsors, is featured in the recently released publication entitled, "Shared Services: A Guide to Creating Collaborative Solutions for Nonprofits"

This guide is the first of its kind that not only provides a thorough description of shared services along with specicfic examples, it also includes a useful worksheet to assist organizations in assessing what areas might be good candidates for shared services arrangements

Public Health Foundation Enterprises, (PHFE), is prominently featured in a recent publication entitled, "Shared Services: A Guide to Creating Collaborative Solutions for Nonprofits".

The publication is a resource developed by, The NonprofitCenters Network, which is a project of San Francisco based Tides, Inc.

The guide is intended to help organizations to develop succesful shared services programs.

PHFE CEO, Mark J. Bertler noted that in difficult economic times nonprofit organizations, like many other businesses, need to find ways to operate even more efficiently.
"Shared services is one strategy that organizations can pursue that can yield positve results relatively quickly", he said.

The guide showcases several succesful organizations and arrangements that have reduced costs and improved services.

Mr. Bertler pointed out that, "This guide is the first of its kind that not only provides a thorough description of shared services along with specicfic examples, it also includes a useful worksheet to assist organizations in assessing what areas might be good candidates for shared services arrangements".

"With more and more scrunity on how organizations use scarce resources, shared service arrangements may be one way to assure funders that their investments are well placed."

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