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Boston may ask nonprofits for tens of millions more

The city of Boston may ask hospitals, universities and other tax-exempt nonprofits to contribute tens of millions of dollars to city to help pay for basic services such as police and public works, The Boston Globe reported April 6 (see exempt-sector story).

Illinois couple gives $10 million to Kansas University

An Illinois couple gave $10 million to the engineering program at Kansas University for an academic enrichment program, bringing to $44 million the couple’s total giving to KU Endowment Association, The Lawrence Journal-World reported April 6 (see engineering gift story).

Minnesota nonprofit chief to head Atlanta Symphony

Stanley E. Romanstein, president and CEO of the Minnesota Humanities Center in St. Paul, has been named president of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, succeeding Allison Vulgamore, who left to run the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Associated Press reported April 7 (see Atlanta Symphony story).

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