Charities Struggle With Smaller Wall Street Donations

John Hope Bryant, founder of Operation Hope. Its financing from business, like that of many charitable groups, has shrunk.  

John Hope Bryant, founder of Operation Hope. Its financing from business, like that of many charitable groups, has shrunk.

Operation Hope built a nonprofit powerhouse over the last decade, spinning a stockpile of donations from Wall Street firms into 27 financial education centers across the country.

But the charitable organization’s donor base has retrenched in the wake of the financial crisis. 

Read the complete article from the New York Times, Business Section here.

 

 

 

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