philanthropy.com 06 Jan, 2021 20:30 am

Gates Commits $250 Million More for Covid Tests, Vaccines, and Treatments

(Washington Post) Arts and Culture When the World Reopens, Will Art Museums Still Be There?(National Geographic) San Francisco’s Top Art School Says Future Hinges on a Diego Rivera Mural (New York Times) The Negro Leagues Museum Counts its ‘Merger’ With Major League Baseball as a Win (Washington Post) More News Classy Helps Nonprofits Raise $900 Million (Times of San Diego) Jewish Philanthropists Have Increased Giving — but Prioritizing Causes Has Never Been Harder (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) So Many Pets Have Been Adopted During the Pandemic That Shelters Are Running Out (Washington Post) Rules for ‘Coach Tax’ on Nonprofits Go to White House for Review (Bloomberg Tax) MacKenzie Scott's Gifts to Historically Black colleges and Others: Which Instiutions Got How Much (Washington Post)January 6, 2021 Share Twitter Email Show more sharing options Twitter Email Copy Link URL Copied!At this stage of the vaccine roll-out, health-care workers and residents and staff of long-term care facilities are supposed to get priority for the shots, but wealthy contributors to and board members of the nonprofit MorseLife Health System in West Palm Beach received invitations from CEO Keith Myers.

One health official in Palm Beach County said the office did not authorize the vaccines for affluent donors.Direct cash payments are designed to chip away at persistent racial inequities or to avoid some of the strictures of other safety-net programs, such as dictating what type of food a family can buy with government assistance.

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