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Another study of 13,500 nonproﬁts most likely to be affected by welfare reform found that of the 83 percent that were providing core services (including employment-related services), revenue was growing, but for a majority of those, expenditures were growing faster. Only 41 percent of these nonproﬁts had positive net balances for the two years of the latter study, 1992 and 1994 (De Vita 1999, p. 221). These data highlight the considerable vulnerability that nonproﬁts have to policy and funding changes.