Non-Profit Slump Peter Jon Shuler of member station KQED reports on how the economic downturn and stock market slump are reducing the amount of money that corporations give to charities. Non-profits are caught in a double bind: They are raising less money and at the very time the demand for their services is increasing.
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Peter Jon Shuler of member station KQED reports on how the economic downturn and stock market slump are reducing the amount of money that corporations give to charities. Non-profits are caught in a double bind: They are raising less money and at the very time the demand for their services is increasing.