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News Briefing: With Demand Up, Charities Face Tough Holidays

By Kate Golden on December 17, 2009No Comment
  • Private money from foundations such as the Broad Foundation and the Wasserman Foundation funds key senior staff positions in the Los Angeles Unified School District.  [Los Angeles Times]
  • The Boston Foundation mistakenly overstated the value of funds it manages on behalf of 900 donors by a total of $30 million this past summer.  [Boston Globe]
  • For many of America's social service charities, this season provides a mix of heavier demand for services, reduced funding, and an ever-widening range of clients seeking assistance.  [Associated Press]
  • Charles Bronfman and Jeffrey Solomon give tips on how to start giving charitably.  [Forbes]
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