Nonprofitxpress roundup – Fundraising for Iraq slow

Here are the week’s top nonprofit headlines:

* U.S. charities are finding it tough to raise money to benefit war-torn Iraq because donors do not see a need to give, Newhouse News Service reported April 18.

* A new study says British charities’ investments lost 8.6 billion pounds, or nearly $13.6 billion, because of the struggling stock market, the Independent reported April. 23.

* Boston charities and foundations are targeting real estate gifts in the face of sluggish stock values and shrinking cash donations, the Boston Business Journal reported April 21.

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