95 Cents of Every Dollar
00:03 - 02:02
1m 59s

Veronica and Linda confront Mr. Page, head of the Veridian Foundation, about the low percentage of donations going to the Girls Charity. They push for 100% of the donations to go to the charity as opposed to the meager 5% of donations.


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  • Deb Kozdras
    over 5 years ago
    Use this clip to discuss ethical behavior in charitable donations. Then have students conduct online research.
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