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We all know the stats about charitable giving after the presidential election: record-breaking donations to the ACLU after President Donald Trump’s Muslim travel ban, a surge in gifts to Planned Parenthood right after Nov. 8, and unprecedented support for all kinds of nonprofits across the country. 

But in those early days of Trump’s America, the question was: Could this outpouring of goodwill last? 

An eclectic group of entrepreneurs wants to make sure it could. Creative agency founder Emmett Shine, designer Samantha Orley, restaurateur Mat Kliegman, rapper Himanshu Suri (stage name Heems), and tech employees Dmitri Vassilev and Hugh Francis have developed Give One, a new platform for charitable giving that aims to make donations regular and manageable.  Read more…

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