The Watchdog

Daniel Borochoff is head of the American Institute of Philanthropy. This charity watchdog group grades some 500 non-profits from A to F. Borochoff is outspoken in his criticism of groups, especially those who keep large cash reserves. Many find his tactics too aggressive and say he is giving all charities a bad name. Melba Lara of Chicago Public Radio profiles Borochoff.

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