11-Sep: Interim Report on the Response of Charities

DIANE Publishing
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The role of charitable aid in aiding those affected by the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, in N.Y. City, at the Pentagon, and in PA. In N.Y. City alone, about 100,000 people may have lost their income as a result of these events. Fed., state, and local gov'ts. responded to this disaster in a variety of ways and private charities also provided aid. This report determines: the amt. of donations that charities raised to assist Sept. 11 survivors, and the assist. made avail. to them; accountability measures in place to ensure that only eligible individuals received aid, and what is known about fraud committed by org. and individuals; what coor. efforts have been pursued in response to the disaster; and what lessons can be learned about how to best dist. charitable aid in similar situations.
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DIANE Publishing
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Oct 31, 2002
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Business & Economics / Nonprofit Organizations & Charities / General
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