In response to reports of overspending, the Wounded Warrior Project's board of directors fired CEO Steven Nardizzi (left) and Chief Operating Officer Al Giordano (right). They're seen here in a photo from 2013. Bobby Bank/WireImage hide caption

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During the recession, middle-class and poor Americans gave more of their incomes to charity organizations than did the wealthy, according to a new study. iStockphoto hide caption

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Jacob Landis has been riding his bike to every Major League Baseball stadium, to raise money to help the needy pay for cochlear implants. His ride ended Saturday night due to a crash — but Landis says he'll still be at the Marlins' stadium next week. Jacob's Ride hide caption

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Little League baseball players in New York, where donations have helped teams and leagues get the 2013 season started. Pitch In For Baseball hide caption

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Play Ball: Little Leaguers Get Assist From 'Pitch In' Charity

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Charity Scams: 'Simply Isn't The Manpower' To Uncover Them

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