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News Briefing: Russian Leader Expresses Support for Nonprofits

By Kate Golden on November 24, 2009No Comment
  • The American Red Cross embarks on a holiday fundraising campaign, complete with an online gift catalog and advertising.  [New York Times]
  • Andrew Cuomo files papers to shut down the United Homeless Organization, alleging it is a sham run by people who keep most of the cash donated to them.  [NBC News]
  • Russian President Dmitri Medvedev calls for tax incentives and other measures to assist Russia's nonprofit groups.  [New York Times]
  • Young heirs seek moral balance between inherited windfalls and social responsibilities.  [Washington Post]
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