Get by giving

Mahoney, Ann I.
August 1998
Association Management;Aug98, Vol. 50 Issue 8, p76
Focuses on General Colin L. Powell's call to the public during the American Associations Day on June 11, 1998 concerning children's needs. Challenge for Americans to volunteer; Highlights of Powell's talk; Ways suggested to help address children's needs.


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