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May 18, 2008


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Kate Barr

I'm glad you added these ideas to the topic of L3Cs. Community foundations and donor-advised funds could be good facilitators for some interesting community development projects using the L3C structure. I'm very interested to watch some projects emerge using the new hybrid. Thanks for the post.


Thank you, Kate.

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