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Stories of Resilience Inspired Readers to Support Neediest Cases
by Emily Palmer and John Otis
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18 April 2018
On 18 April 2018 The New York Times reported:
In its 106th campaign, The New York Times raised $5.8 million and again showed how small gifts can make a big difference for struggling New Yorkers. The Times Company pays all the administrative costs for the fund. It invests unrestricted contributions of $100,000 or more from trusts and estates in an endowment. The income flows into the next year's campaign. Many readers donated to the campaign, while others gave directly to those profiled. Some reached out to help people along their desired career paths.
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