Very interesting point of view. I’ve heard of this type of talk before, and I’ll be honest, it sort of makes me queasy.
Do I really want a charity to operate more like a for-profit corporation? I see how some non-profits like United Way and Habitat for Humanity operate, and wonder how much of that is based on real giving, and how much is corporate bureaucracy and greed, with a hint of feel good factor?
Perhaps he has a point?