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Charities scramble to plug revenue holes during pandemic

Charities scramble to plug revenue holes during pandemic
Sept. 7, 2020
The Hill

Another major charity, United Way, said it experienced a giving pattern similar to what happens after a natural disaster — there was a surge in donations at the beginning of the pandemic and now it has dropped off dramatically.

“What we are anticipating is for the remainder of this year, our donations will be significantly down. The very people who have been most economically harmed by COVID-19, those are United Way’s donors. We have this really huge base of middle-class donors … who are making $250, $500 donations a year,” said Steve Taylor, senior vice president and counsel for public policy United Way

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