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1-18-2012 @ 9:24PM
Not all the money is going to charity; the net proceeds are. That means any money remaining after the costs incurred by the sale. A very small, yet important, distinction."We’ll be releasing one last batch of EU retired server blades on January 23. Don’t miss your final opportunity to take part in this charity auction. Net proceeds will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital."
1-19-2012 @ 2:47AM
From someone who lost a child to cancer 19 months ago at the age of 4, I ask that people educate others about good charities and bad ones.This is a good charity. Net profits are a part of almost every fund raising, but this is not one of those cases where some douchebags are taking over half the funds for themselves. I have run across charities that take close to 90%.
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