In Wake Of Oklahoma Tragedy, Philanthropy Goes Social

In Wake Of Oklahoma Tragedy, Philanthropy Goes Social

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Getty Images Social media's reaction to the Oklahoma disaster quickly turned to crowd-funding relief efforts. Fundly CEO Dave Boyce joins digits with a look at what philanthropy looks like now....
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