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News Briefing: Small Fund-Raisers for Victims Start to Add Up

By Kate Golden on February 12, 2010No Comment
  • Much of the money raised for Haiti in the aftermath of the earthquake has not yet been spent.  [ABC News]
  • Thousands of tiny fundraisers to gather donations for Haiti are taking place in bars, schools, and stores across the country.  [New York Times]
  • Retired Goldman Sachs banker Chuck Harris brings Wall Street capital-raising methods to the nonprofit world.  [BusinessWeek]
  • Reebok founder Paul Fireman sues his longtime accountant, claiming he stole $25 million from Fireman and his charity.  [Associated Press]
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