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News Briefing: Katrina Tax Break Spurs $11 Billion in Donations

By Kate Golden on April 23, 2007No Comment
  • A Katrina tax break incentive spurs $11 billion in donations to charity.  [New York Times]
  • American Idol’s charity fundraiser – "Idol Gives Back" – is expected to bring in millions of dollars for youth in Africa and the U.S.  [Reuters]
  • Fundraising auction of music memorabilia, including items from Jimi Hendrix, Bono, and Bob Dylan, raises $2.4 million.  [Associated Press]
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