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How Nonprofits Should Handle Relationships with "Tainted" Donors

The question of whether to reject funding from wealthy donors with tainted reputations is an issue that
nonprofits have grappled with for generations. This topic has garnered more widespread public
attention in recent months, largely due to decisions by the Metropolitan Museum of Art and other
museums to reject donations from the Sackler family because of the family's ownership of Purdue
Pharma, the privately-held pharmaceutical company that produces OxyContin, one of the most common
drugs involved in prescription opioid deaths. Learn more.

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