Religion: Campaigns

¶For sweet charity's sake, Manhattan business firms have been used to periodic touches by money-raisers of all kinds, from Protestant uplifters to Catholic mendicant sisters. Organized last week was the Greater New York Fund, Inc. which, so far as business is concerned, will represent a community chest for 56 Catholic, Protestant, Jewish and nonsectarian eleemosynary bodies. Supplementing private donations, which will be expected as usual, the business touch will come but once a year, in May. Goal this year: $10,000,000.

¶Largest Catholic welfare agency in the U. S. is the Catholic Charities of...

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