Eventually the organization evolved, although changes came much later than for ECCSC.
Characteristics associated with both types of organizations described by Jenkins could be found in ECCSC and CCCSA.
Regarding the role of volunteers, this study found that the special qualities and the commitment of volunteers played an important part in the development of ECCSC and CCCSA.
What emerges as important from this process is the bridging role that ECCSC has played in creating "the space" for volunteers and organizations to participate effectively.
Can thus ECCSC and CCCSA still be counted as being ethno-specific organizations?
As organizations serving immigrants, ECCSC and CCCSA have found it necessary to constantly shift their priorities and reinvent themselves in response to immigrant's changing needs.