Surge of Support

Riggs, Larry
February 2005
Direct;2/1/2005, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p1
Trade Publication
Presents information on the donations raised by Web sites soliciting contributions for the tsunami relief effort as of February 2005. Complaints about fraudulent fundraising Web sites; Funds raised by the Catholic Relief Services on its Web site; Amount solicited by the Federal Way, a Washington-based Christian charity, worldwide on through its site; Impact of the effectiveness of tsunami fundraisers on other programs needing assistance around the world.


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