Meet the people who are donating their $1,200 stimulus checks to charity: ‘It’s not really my money, it’s our money’

Posted on AllSides April 18th, 2020
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Brooke Young has a mortgage, car payments, and credit-card bills, but she’s also lucky enough to have a job at a time when record numbers of Americans are out of work. So when the $1,200 stimulus check hit her bank account, she donated some of the money.

The Salt Lake City public librarian gave $50 each to a mutual aid group that buys groceries for people in need; a group that helps laid off restaurant workers; the Salt Lake City Tribune; and the local alternative weekly newspaper.

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