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News Briefing: Wall Street Woes Hit Charities, Nonprofits

By Kate Golden on September 29, 2008No Comment
  • Nonprofits are watching the crisis on Wall Street with apprehension.  [Associated Press]
  • The U.N. receives an additional $16 billion in pledges to fight hunger and malaria.  [New York Times]
  • Paul Newman put an indelible stamp on movies and philanthropy.  [Boston Globe]
  • Lynda and Stewart Resnick donate $45 million in cash and $10 million in art works to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.  [New York Times]
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