Monday, May 14, 2007

Gas guzzling nonprofits' money

Gas guzzling nonprofits' money: "Gas guzzling nonprofits' money
Rising fuel costs chip away at charities' budgets.
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Sunday, May 13, 2007

When gas prices go up, nonprofits get nervous. Charities that rely heavily on transportation — such as Meals on Wheels and More and the Capital Area Food Bank — always set aside money for gas. But the more they pay for fuel, the less they have to help needy people.

'That's money we can't spend on meals,' said Dan Pruett, president of Meals on Wheel and More."

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