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News Briefing: Charities Spend Millions On Census Outreach

By Kate Golden on March 10, 2010No Comment
  • The local chapter of the Make-a-Wish Foundation replaces its president after an investigation by its national headquarters into staff complaints.  [Washington Post]
  • A reculsive Malaysian billionaire’s extensive charity work is an example to others.  [Forbes]
  • President Obama pledges a lasting commitment to Haiti.  [New York Times]
  • Foundations and nonprofits take an unusually active role in trying to get an accurate census count.  [NPR]
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