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Dwyane Wade's nonprofit should up its game, foundation watchdogs say

Dwyane Wade's nonprofit should up its game, foundation watchdogs say

Dwyane Wade has had his share of success: He's a 12-time NBA all-star who just signed a two-year, $47.5 million deal with his hometown team, the Chicago Bulls.

Running a nonprofit, however, is hardly a slam dunk, and some charitable governance scouts give him a "needs improvement" score in how his philanthropic efforts are handled. With Wade playing in Chicago next season, the Tribune thought it was a good time to take a quick look at his charity.

Wade's World Foundation, which supports programs promoting education, health and social skills of poor children, is overseen by his sister, Tragil Wade. Nonprofit governance watchers say generally there should be more of an...

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