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Bitcoin Gifts Becoming Common

Some Philadelphia nonprofits are accepting Bitcoin gifts, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.

You can pay for a scooter, a pizza, and clothing in Philadelphia with cryptocurrency. In El Salvador, you can pay for anything with Bitcoin, since the Central American country this month became the first nation in the world to accept virtual currency as legal tender.

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Nonprofit Gets Grant for Tech Program

An Atlanta nonprofit has received a multi-million dollar grant to establish a technology training program, reports 11 Alive.

The Atlanta nonprofit City of Refuge announced this week it had been awarded a $5.4 million grant from the federal Department of Labor to establish a tech career training program.

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Giving Grows in 2020

Despite the unsettled nature of 2020, some nonprofits saw giving grow, reports the Chronicle of Philanthropy.

If you’re a regular reader of this newsletter, you know that the story of philanthropic giving in 2020 was as complex as the year itself. A global pandemic upturned daily life, and the economic fallout has been prolonged and profoundly uneven. Renewed attention to civil rights and racial justice also led to an outpouring of generosity across cause areas

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