Wednesday, May 25, 2005 of charity walks creates race for money
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"popular in the past decade, especially among organizations that promote health and wellness, said Walter Sczudlo , executive vice president and general counsel for the Association of Fundraising Profes- sionals in Alexandria, Va. That's in part because the events are inexpensive to organize and reach large numbers of donors, he said.
'If they can raise money to help constituents while encouraging healthy behavior among donors, they're going to try and use those fund-raising techniques,' Sczudlo said."

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