As I've said before, nonprofits are not "family'" busineses by design, despite that they can indeed provide services that satisfy the needs of many. That said, just a note to remember that Paul F. Crouch's family business, the Trinity Broadcasting Network, continues to breathe life despite Rev. Crouch's recent death and rumored in-fighting. Rev. Crouch did manage to build an empire based on the premise that donors to his church and work would be returned "ten-fold" (yes, it is in the bilble too).
So, while the governance of such entities leaves everything to be questioned as well as the philosphy that such institutions are built-upon, if the public or donors more importantly, do not question or don't donate, these entitites will survive just fine, thank you. This of course does put a damper on what purists say, shouldn't be but...perhaps it's just a matter of time.