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M.J. ENDS CHARITY FOUNDATION
Published March 8, 1996
Michael Jordan will discontinue his charitable foundation as of March 31, according to the CHICAGO TRIBUNE. Citing growing administrative costs that have limited the group's "charitable reach," Jordan plans to take a "more personal and less institutional approach" to charitable contributions (Stephania Davis, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 3/8).