Nonprofits not worried about giving fatigue after storms

GIVING PLATFORM: Financial organizational software My Fund, pictured above, links to United Way of Rhode Island’s online giving platform, allowing donors to give to any nonprofit organization throughout the country. / COURTESY UNITED WAY 
OF RHODE ISLAND
GIVING PLATFORM: Financial organizational software My Fund, pictured above, links to United Way of Rhode Island’s online giving platform, allowing donors to give to any nonprofit organization throughout the country. / COURTESY UNITED WAY 
OF RHODE ISLAND
In the span of roughly four weeks, the southern coast of the United States and the island of Puerto Rico were ravaged by multiple hurricanes. According to a Federal Emergency Management Agency report, 450,000 individuals hit by Hurricane Harvey in August, a Category 4 storm, are expected to file for federal assistance. The next week…

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