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News Briefing: Who’s the Most Charitable of Us All? Celebrities Don’t Always Make the Cut

By Kate Golden on September 10, 2007No Comment
  • While celebrities often talk – loudly – of their charitable work, they rarely speak about their actual financial contributions.  [New York Times]
  • The Hewlett Foundation donates $113 million to UC Berkeley for 100 endowed faculty chairs.  [Los Angeles Times]
  • Millions of the world’s poor do not receive the pain medicine they need.  [New York Times]
  • Archbishop Wuerl proposes the converting of eight D.C. Catholic schools into secular charter schools to avoid closures.  [Washington Post]
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