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News Briefing: How Groups of the Rich Diverge in Philanthropy

By Kate Golden on December 7, 2007No Comment
  • Children along the Gulf Coast struggle with mental health problems after 2005 hurricanes.  [New York Times]
  • Barack Obama unveils plan to expand national service programs.  [Chicago Tribune]
  • California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger reveals the names of donors to the California State Protocol Foundation, a nonprofit that has funded his trips by private jet.  [Los Angeles Times]
  • Center on Philanthropy’s Portraits of Donors study uncovers patterns in giving among the nation’s wealthiest donors.  [Washington Post]
  • Massachusetts Attorney General clears the Citi Performing Arts Center after an inquiry cites some procedural lapses, but no legal wrongdoing.  [Boston Globe]
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