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How Much is Going to Charity after the Hannity/Rocky Debate?

How Much is Going to Charity after the Hannity/Rocky Debate?



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Mary Richards, KSL NewsradioThe checks are now in the mail to the charities benefiting from last month's Hannity/Rocky debate. But the breakdown of costs shows the event could have made a lot more.

How Much is Going to Charity after the Hannity/Rocky Debate?

Half of the debate's $24,000 revenue went to overhead. Brian Burton, ASUU programming adviser says, "You know the security, to police, to parking services here on campus, to projectors."

Burton says after that they had $12,384.30 for charity. He wasn't surprised, given the smaller size of Kingsbury Hall, and the amount of student tickets sold more cheaply. He says, "We just tried to be as reasonable as we could."

Guadalupe Schools, Primary Children's Medical Center and the University of Utah Student Scholarship Fund are each getting about $4,000. Burton says they've told him they are pleased with the donations.

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