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A Closer Look (Philanthropy: Charities.Com) #193615

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 03, 2000
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(Studio: Jack Ford) Philanthropy in the digital age introduced; Red Cross statistics cited.

(Seattle: James Walker) Click-to-donate Websites such as thehungersite that taps into corporate advertising money for charity featured; details given of how the Websites work. [University of Washington sophomore Autumn KOEPP, World Food Program Anthea WEBB, Katherine James SCHUITEMAKER - comment on the charity programs.] [Internet Nonprofit Putnam BARBER - explains what the Websites deliver for the charities.]

(Studio: Jack Ford) The view of nonprofits that the Internet can cut the time they spend on fund raising noted.

Ford, Jack;
Walker, James

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