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More than the money

Shapiro foundation helps nonprofits find ways to ease loss of financial aid

By Erin Ailworth
Globe Staff / March 5, 2010

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Area nonprofits that depended on donations from Boston’s Carl & Ruth Shapiro Family Foundation have either made cuts or found alternative funding sources - many with the foundation’s help - since the philanthropy, a victim of the Ponzi scheme run by former financier Bernard Madoff, said last year it would make no new grants. (Full article: 747 words)

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