Credit crisis is leaving charities low on cash

Hundreds of charities are finding that their banks are reducing their lines of credit or cutting them off entirely at a time when demand for their services is rising sharply, the New York Times reports. JVA Consulting has always recommended that nonprofit organizations have a source of working capital to get them through tough times. What do you do when your source of working capital is a line of credit? Let us know what you are doing.

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