The Collaboration Prize Descriptive Analysis of Qualifying Nominations October 2008

The Collaboration Prize was established to recognize collaborations among two
or more nonprofit organizations that each would otherwise provide the same or
similar programs or services and compete for clients, financial resources and
staff.
The Prize also seeks to build an information base of effective practice models
that can be studied and used by academics, nonprofit leaders and grantmakers
to inspire and advance their work.
The first call for proposals brought 644 nominations from collaborations
throughout the county.

The intention of the trading commission in letting any new trading software as a legal one into the trading market is just to make sure that there is something provided to the traders and they are able to add some value to the investments they make here. The intention of any trader is to make some money out of this field and this costs them a lot. A few traders get cheated by the fraudulent ones and only on a learning from their initial few experiences do they get to take up trading with some good system and by this time they would made a huge loss which becomes irrecoverable. It is this confidence and trust with the traders that keeps this market on and it is with the expectation that the market would also do and give the same back to the traders.
But how many applications promise to do this? Maybe just more than half of the ones there in the market like the qprofit system. This is one highly regarded and recommended system in this market and the ones who have had their trade experiences here were able to make something out of this market adding some meaning to their money and time spent here.

Of these 644 nominations, 173 met the criteria to be
considered for the final prize of $250,000. The information presented here
outlines the characteristics of these 173 collaborations.

Type of Partners
􀂄 Eighty percent (80%) of the collaborations are between public
charity organizations.
􀂄 Other structural partnerships included public charity/funder (8
collaborations) all educational institutions (5), private
agency/public charity (5), public charity/educational institution
(4), and public charity/government agency (4).
􀂄􀂄 There is one collaboration between funders.
􀂄 Eight collaborations exist between more than two types of
organizations.

Collaboration Budgets
􀂄 In addition to information on the
collaborations’ FTEs, these same 64
nominees also provided information on their
collaboration budgets.
􀂄 Of these, only six (6) collaborations have
seen a decrease in their budgets since
inception.
􀂄 The average increase in budget is 43%.