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A royal future?

Jan 20, 2020

“Rage donations” turn frustration into hard cash for nonprofits

Adam Allington Nov 23, 2016
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Hillary Clinton speaks during a news conference at the New Yorker Hotel on Nov. 9 in New York City. Clinton conceded the U.S. presidency to Republican challenger Donald Trump. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

“Rage donations” turn frustration into hard cash for nonprofits

Adam Allington Nov 23, 2016
Hillary Clinton speaks during a news conference at the New Yorker Hotel on Nov. 9 in New York City. Clinton conceded the U.S. presidency to Republican challenger Donald Trump. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
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Since the election, a new phenomenon appears to be emerging: so-called “rage donations.”

Across the country, progressive nonprofits are reporting an unprecedented surge in donations, as disappointed Clinton voters channel their frustration into hard cash for the causes they support.

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