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With the support of patrons, the company has donated more than $667K to help the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
The athletic shoe company said it will also match any donations made by company employees.
Donations can be made online or checks can be mailed to the fund organized by Boston's Fire, Police, EMS organizations.
More than 8,500 individual donors have donated more than $500,000 through the OneFundBoston.org website.
City officials are helping businesses, employees, vendors, at the temporary Business Assistance Center at the Park Plaza Hotel lobby.
City personnel have asked the Trojan condom company's marketing firm to find an alternative site - something with not as many young families.
You'll recognize some businesses on the list, such as National Grid and NSTAR.
The Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Mayor’s Challenge offers opportunity to reward Boston for innovation.
Non-profit organizations are not required to pay taxes on their property, but some do so thanks to Boston's Payment in Lieu of Taxes program.
The Boston City Council approved a plan to raise funds by renting the plaza: The money would go to either the general fund or a fund for the Arts, City and Tourism.
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