Smaller Charity Walks and Runs Report Gains; Big Events See Declines [Press Review]

Smaller Charity Walks and Runs Report Gains; Big Events See Declines [Press Review]

Smaller Charity Walks and Runs Report Gains; Big Events See Declines

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Smaller Charity Walks and Runs Report Gains; Big Events See DeclinesSmaller Charity Walks and Runs Report Gains; Big Events See Declines

By Timothy Sandoval | The Chronicles of Philanthropy, 24 February 2016

Some of the largest charity walks and runs continued to see large drops in revenue in 2015, while smaller, so-called peer-to-peer fundraising drives continued their rise, according to a report released Wednesday.

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A sign of things to come in Australia?

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