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Bottom-line philanthropy

Nonprofits find help developing pitches aimed at donors used to seeing results

By Sacha Pfeiffer
Globe Staff / April 30, 2008

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In a sleek conference room in a downtown Boston office tower, Matthew Kochka, a bearded 27-year-old farmer in flannel and khakis, stood before two dozen crisply dressed business executives, investors, and other white-collar types. (Full article: 975 words)

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