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News Briefing: U.N. Health Aid Plan Unites Air Travelers and Bill Clinton

By Kate Golden on May 22, 2009No Comment
  • Bill Clinton's saxophone raises $180,000 for the American Foundation for AIDS Research.  [Associated Press]
  • The endowment of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation was in the hands of Bernie Madoff and has evaporated.  [New York Times]
  • Former President Bill Clinton joins a new international initiative to raise money for thir world medical aid through airline tickets.  [New York Times]
  • A growing number of philanthropists adopt spending deadlines and sunset provisions to ensure needs are addressed in a timely way.  [Wall Street Journal]
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