In less than 24 hours, The One Fund Boston created to aid victims of Monday’s Marathon bombings raised more than $4 million. John Hancock kicked off the giving with a $1 million check, and thousands of others donors, big and small, have responded generously. Now it’s important that the contributions — and the rest of the millions of dollars flowing into Boston — be well spent.
Contributions to One Fund must be spent well
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