Economy

Charities Weathering The Economic Downturn

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Is the nation's economic crisis reducing people's desire to donate to charity?

Farai Chideya takes a look at how the economy is impacting charitable giving with George Ruotolo, chair of the Giving Institute — an organization that supports philanthropic endeavors — and Jeremy Schlittenhart, a community relations specialist with Goodwill Southern California.

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