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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireACORN Foe Tries to Embarrass CNN Reporter on a "Palace of Pleasure" Boat

September 29, 2010; CBS News | Conservative videographer James O'Keefe was caught trying to set up reporter Abbie Boudreau by luring her onto a love boat of some sort where he or his associates would "faux seduce" her and videotape it.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireWill $5 million Transfer to Community Foundation Mean Less in Grants?

October 3, 2010; The Olympian | When two foundations—with widely differing records of payout—merge, will the local community see a smaller grant distribution?—Ruth McCambridge


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireNonprofits Ask Church: Where’s the Money?

October 3, 2010; News Tribune | The Missionary Church of the Disciples of Jesus Christ can't explain how the bulk of it donations is used—or even how much it has raised.—Rick Cohen


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireAbuse Prevention Group in Public Melee

October 3, 2010; The Item | In South Carolina a YWCA is living a complicated drama that the battered and abused women they serve could probably do without.—Ruth McCambridge


The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireTalk About Giving Back

October 2, 2010; Daily Comet | After winning the $10,000 grand prize in a charity raffle for the local nonprofit, Court Appointed Special Advocates of Terrebonne, Louisiana, Business First Bank turned around and wrote a check to CASA for . . . $10,000.—Aaron Lester



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