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Friday, July 18, 2008

Charity News Roundup

In case you missed it, here are some of the charity headlines making news this week:
  • The Clinton Foundation, created by former President Bill Clinton, has worked with several pharmaceutical companies to make malaria medicine available at a reasonable price for people in poor countries.
  • Here are some tips for small business owners that want to establish relationships with charitable organizations, in order to donate a percentage of their proceeds.
  • The United States Olympic Committee has announced the creation of the Team for Tomorrow Fund, which will provide Olympians and Paralympians an opportunity to give back to their communities.
  • And lastly, donors are looking for more ways to get involved with the charities they support, as evidenced by this article about creative ways to give to charitable groups, as well the increase of recent college graduates working for social causes.

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