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News Briefing: Crunch Predicted in Nonprofit Sector

By Kate Golden on March 3, 2008No Comment
  • Drew Barrymore donates $1 million to the World Food Programme; donation will feed thousands of schoolchildren in Kenya.  [Reuters]
  • A new study says that nonprofit groups are not nurturing and retaining tomorrow’s leaders properly; sector faces an unprecedented crisis in leadership as a result.  [Washington Post]
  • An alleged tax-fraud scheme involving donations of overvalued art to four museums in southern California exposes larger, unchecked problem with inflated art appraisals.  [Los Angeles Times]
  • A small group of protesters condemn actions of a fundraising professional at Planned Parenthood in Boise.  [Idaho Press-Tribune]
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