Elie Hassenfeld

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Co-founder and Co-Executive Director at GiveWell, a charity evaluator

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December is the most popular month to give to charity. According to one recent study, donations spike as the calendar moves closer to New Year's Eve.

How to Make Sure Your Charity Dollars Count

December is the most popular month to give to charity. According to one recent study, donations spike as the calendar moves closer to New Year's Eve.

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December is the most popular month to give to charity. According to one recent study, donations spike as the calendar moves closer to New Year's Eve.

How to Make Sure Your Charity Dollars Count

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