Charitable nonprofit organizations are meant to further a social cause or advocate a point of view, not profits.

It is important to understand the enormous influence these organizations have on public action (policy). They have perfected the power of influence and persuasion. This powerful muscle is flexed to change, favorably or unfavorably, the public’s perception on issues they advocate for. But what happens when their motive is no longer charity? What happens when these institutions “sell out” to corporate masters?

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