#GivingTuesday a new way to link to causes

MEETING A NEED: Family Service of Rhode Island staffers discuss fundraising plans. From left, Sarah Anzevino, advancement assistant; Johnnie Chace, director of philanthropy and Maggie Slane, director of advancement and business development. / PBN PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO
MEETING A NEED: Family Service of Rhode Island staffers discuss fundraising plans. From left, Sarah Anzevino, advancement assistant; Johnnie Chace, director of philanthropy and Maggie Slane, director of advancement and business development. / PBN PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO
There's no question that the holiday season is one of opulence and over-spending. Retailers rake in billions of dollars, with just a month-and-a-half representing nearly 20 percent of their annual sales, according to economists. But in the name of philanthropy, nonprofits and other organizations have begun to generate their own kind of holiday cheer. Since…

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