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News Briefing: Fundraising’s Long, Lonely Roads

By Kate Golden on September 17, 2007No Comment
  • Bloomberg’s philanthropic giving increases to $165.3 million, an increase of about $22 million from 2005.  [New York Times]
  • American Cancer Society to spend $15 million in advertising on behalf of Americans with no health insurance.  [Associated Press
  • A tribute at Lincoln Center honors the life of opera singer – and fundraiser – Beverly Sills.  [Associated Press]
  • Individuals who undertake grueling physical feats to raise attention and money for a cause don’t always get the media coverage they seek.  [Los Angeles Times]
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