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With Charity For All: Why Charities Are Failing and A Better Way To Give

With Charity For All:  Why Charities Are Failing and A Better Way To Give

by Ken Stern,
The San Francisco Chronicle, October 20, 2013

Founded in 2002, the U.S. Navy Veterans Association raised more than $100 million during the decade following IRS approval of its charitable status. Run by an all-volunteer staff, which reports to Jack Nimitz, a silver-haired retired captain, 41 state chapters of the USNVA provide financial support and medical care to Navy veterans in need.

 

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