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Trust was undoing for many charities

A wide swath of philanthropies entrusted significant portions of their portfolios to Bernard Madoff. A wide swath of philanthropies entrusted significant portions of their portfolios to Bernard Madoff. (Shannon Stapleton/reuters)
By Ross Kerber and Hinda Mandell
Globe Correspondent / December 21, 2008

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Earlier this year, the American Jewish Committee got a feeler from Bernard L. Madoff: Would it care to invest some of its $90 million endowment with the storied New York investment manager? (Full article: 1248 words)

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