Peter Dunn

Vice President of Philanthropic Services, California Community Foundation

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Vice President of Philanthropic Services at the California Community Foundation, which makes grants in Los Angeles County

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T'is the season of charitable giving, but how well do charities use the money we give them? Americans will donate about $300 billion to charities this year.

What Happens to Our Charitable Contributions?

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T'is the season of charitable giving, but how well do charities use the money we give them? Americans will donate about $300 billion to charities this year.

What Happens to Our Charitable Contributions?

T'is the season of charitable giving, but how well do charities use the money we give them? Americans will donate about $300 billion to charities this year.

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