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News Briefing: Schools Think Long-Term as College Donating Falls

By Kate Golden on February 25, 2009No Comment
  • The Gates Foundation gives $100 million to the International Partnership for Microbicides to develop sexual gels that protect women from the AIDS virus.  [Bloomberg]
  • Charitable gifts of $1 million or more fell by 33 percent in the last half of 2008.  [New York Times]
  • The New York City Ballet cuts 11 members of its corps as ticket sales and donations drop.  [New York Times]
  • Larry Brilliant will step down from managing Google's philanthropic unit.  [New York Times]
  • For college fundraisers, the economic meltdown means a delicate balancing act.  [Associated Press]
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