Nonprofit Newswire | February 3, 2010

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The Aid Industry in Haiti

January 26, 2010; The Lancet | We look at the British Lancet’s editorial take on the disaster relief NGOs functioning in Haiti—Rick Cohen

Stalking the Nonprofit Hospital

February 2, 2010; | There have been a number of articles recently that suggest that 2010 will not be an easy year for nonprofit hospitals—this one is particularly vivid.—Ruth McCambridge

Pepsi Opts Out of Superbowl Ads in Favor of Charity . . . and uh, Marketing

February 2, 2010; Netimperative | Instead of spending the $33 million it spent last year on Superbowl ads, this year Pepsi has launched a social media campaign to give $20 million to nonprofits.—Kristin Barrali




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