The government interface has long been a factor for the sector, involving funding, taxation, regulation, and the need to lobby governments on behalf of clients to fulfil the mission of the organisation and maintain its sustainability. The challenge for the Leader of the Not-for-Profit is to analyse carefully what is on offer from governments and only enter into these initiatives if there is symmetry with the mission and potentially significant benefits for the clients. Not-for-Profit organisations have long enjoyed support from many private sector companies and entities, including sponsorship and donations in cash and in kind. The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) phenomenon of the past two decades has been driven by both positive and negative forces. The balancing act confronts the leader of a Not-for-Profit to emerge: "How to maximise the benefits and avoid the pitfalls of partnerships with both government and corporate sectors?".