October 10, 2017

Daily News Roundup: Charity Plans to Give Cash to Houstonians to Rebuild

About Disaster Recovery

After Harvey, One Group Is Hoping Giving Away Cash Will Help Houstonians Rebuild (NPR)

South Bay Nonprofits Prepare to Help Victims of Wine-Country Fires (The Mercury News)

Nev. Attorney General Investigating Las Vegas Shooting Charity Scams (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

More News

Nobel Interview: Giving Capitalism a Social Conscience (The New York Times)

Philanthropy Could Play Role in Helping Woo Amazon to Detroit (Crain's Detroit)

New SnapChat-Like App Aims to Encourage Giving by Young People (Yale Daily News)

What You Missed Over the Long Weekend

Tencent Rally Adds Billions to Chairman's Philanthropy Pile (Forbes)

Opinion: Why Megadonors Should Start Thinking Small (New York Post)

Democrats Donate to Charities in Effort to Distance Themselves From Weinstein After Sexual Misconduct (The Wall Street Journal)

After Losing Development Battle, LA AIDS Group Jumps Into the Housing Business (Los Angeles Times)