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Can You Solve 34 Across...?

May 10, 2009

"Christian of the Dark Knight"?

Okay, okay, that's an easy one. How about 80 Down, "Foul-smelling"?

Don't have a clue what I'm talking about? Then you need to check out the Philanthropy Annual: 2008 Review crossword puzzle, now available as a single-page, downloadable PDF here.

In March, the Foundation Center released the second edition of the Philanthropy Annual, our yearly look back at the news, issues, people, organizations, and giving trends that shaped the field of philanthropy. The new edition "serves as a permanent record of the ups and downs we've faced together in 2008 and the efforts of so many people to strive for something better," says Foundation Center president Bradford K. Smith.

Created by Christopher Hurt, the philanthropic-themed puzzle, "Takes All Kinds," is a fun test of your foundation knowledge.

Check it out here. The solution to the puzzle can be found on page 111 of the Annual, which can be downloaded or purchased at our Web site.

-- Regina Mahone

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