Another casualty of Great Depression II

Charities that depend on tribute galas–fancy events at which the Man or Woman of the Year underwrites the cost of being honored–are discovering that fewer and fewer corporate executives are able to be so honored.

It’s always been true, but now it’s obviously true: any nonprofit whose fundraising rests on events (instead of an annual campaign plus major individual gifts) is riding for a fall.

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