Donations For Ebola Efforts ‘Almost Nonexistent’ Compared With Past Disasters, New York Times Reports

New York Times: Donations for Ebola Relief Are Slow to Gain Speed
“…Compared to the rush to donate after major disasters of the last decade or so, charitable giving to address the Ebola tragedy is almost nonexistent, and the relief agencies that typically seek donations after a catastrophe are mostly silent…” (Strom, 10/20).

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