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News Briefing: Habitat for Humanity Sued by Affiliate

By Kate Golden on January 9, 2008No Comment
  • U.S. nonprofits are overwhelmed by people affected by the mortgage crisis.  [New York Times]
  • The oldest affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International has filed suit to protest a new agreement that the nonprofit is imposing on its 1,600 chapters.  [New York Times]
  • As the number of anonymous gifts increase, so too does the pressure to reveal benefactors’ names.  [Wall Street Journal]
  • Eli Broad decides to retain permaent control of his art collection in an independent foundation that makes loans to museums, rather than giving them away.  [New York Times]
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