Oklahoma City bombing fund officials say criticism unjust

Officials of a foundation holding $10 million in funds donated for the benefit of Oklahoma City bombing survivors say they believe divvying up the money among survivors would be a huge blunder.

BY RANDY ELLIS Published: November 11, 2012

Officials of a foundation holding $10 million in funds donated for the benefit of Oklahoma City bombing survivors say they believe divvying up the money among survivors would be a huge blunder.

“No. 1, I do not...

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The bombing fund and the foundation

The Oklahoma City Community Foundation administers about 1,300 nonprofit funds with combined assets of more than $632 million. The foundation has distributed about $11.1 million from the Disaster Relief Fund and still has about $10 million in bombing funds.

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