U.S. Charities Fear Post-Tsunami Funding Losses

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American charities have raised hundreds of millions of dollars in private donations for tsunami relief efforts. A new poll says 45 percent of Americans have donated money in the past two weeks. But some U.S. non-profit groups are concerned there may be less donation money for people who need help here at home. NPR's Libby Lewis reports.



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