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In the wide world of nonprofits started by professional athletes, some groups offer valuable services and make large donations to other charities. But many others appear to do more good for their founders’ reputations than for the people they claim to say they support, a Globe review has found. Athletes’ foundations often raise surprisingly little money, overspend on fund-raising events, and direct small percentages of revenue toward their stated goals.
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