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How they give: A look at philanthropists' habits and strategies

Area and national business people describe their dedication to charitable giving as deeply personal, strategic and unwavering.

 
 

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Irene Pollin, along with her late husband, sports entrepreneur Abe Pollin, has been active in the philanthropic world for more than 40 years. Pollin, shown here holding a Mystics jersey, founded the Sister to Sister foundation, which works to prevent heart disease.


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