Megan O'Neil

Chronicle of Philanthropy

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News Editor at the Chronicle of Philanthropy.

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Some celebrities have long been philanthropists. But a crop of new websites are helping overbooked celebrities, Instagram stars, and YouTube personalities raise cash for charities.

Websites profit from celebrity philanthropy

Some celebrities have long been philanthropists. But a crop of new websites are helping overbooked celebrities, Instagram stars, and YouTube personalities raise cash for charities.

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