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Milton J. Little Jr. and Trish Karter

Is writing a check enough?

By Milton J. Little Jr. and Trish Karter
November 30, 2006

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BY ANY measure, there is a remarkable amount of corporate philanthropic giving in Boston -- in time, money, and in-kind contributions. Corporate philanthropy is critical to sustaining the nonprofits that contribute so much to the health and vitality of many communities throughout the state. But is writing checks and making in-kind donations of time and resources enough? (Full article: 619 words)

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