Nonprofit Newswire | May 28, 2010

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Study Says Charitable Giving Picking Up

May 27, 2010; Reuters | Contributions are expected to make a healthy rebound in 2010, but an even bigger payday will come next year.—Bruce Trachtenberg

 

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Red Cross Workers to Strike—Health Benefits Key Issue

May 25, 2010; Toledo Blade | Unionized blood-services workers at the American Red Cross’s regional headquarters in Toledo, Ohio, will walk out on June 2nd if the workers and the ARC don’t reach a new contract.—Rick Cohen

 

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Agency Rescues City Pools, Deeper Fiscal Woes Persist

May 25, 2010; Youngstown Vindicator | Youngstown is the epicenter for the economic devastation that swept through Ohio’s oil steel manufacturing towns.—Rick Cohen

 

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Ghostbusters Invade New York Public Library

May 27, 2010; Improv Anywhere | Improv Everywhere, the popular comedic performance art group, performed a haunting of the same famous reading room where the 1984 movie opens.—James David Morgan

 

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Food Bank Sees Larger Crowds at Recent Giveaway

May 27, 2010; WRAL | A quarterly food giveaway in Wilson, N.C., earlier this week saw more than 300 people lined up outside—before the doors opened.—Bruce Trachtenberg

 

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Federal Money a Boon to Homelessness Prevention Efforts

May 27, 2010; Washington Post | With increased interest in Washington, D.C. for social service programs that appear to be living up to their promises, government officials don't have to look far for one that seems to be working.—Bruce Trachtenberg

 

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