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Business of Giving: Rosie's Place

Sue Marsh, the executive director of Rosie's Place, joins Peter Howe on CEO Corner.

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    Sue Marsh, the executive director of Rosie's Place, joins Peter Howe on CEO Corner. (Published Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014)

    For people who run non-profits, this is the most critical time of year.

    It's when they get 30 percent of their donations. It's when most gifts are bigger. And it's when people generally feel a seasonal giving spirit.

    Rosie's Place was the first women's shelter in the United States.

    In this segment of CEO Corner, Rosie's Place Executive Director Sue Marsh joins Peter Howe. She talks about their current needs, which have been exacerbated by the shutdown of the homeless shelter on Long Island in Boston Harbor.

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