By Matt Moore and Michael Rubinkam - Associated Press Shares
"While we are sad that the Second Mile will not continue running programs, we are heartened that the important work of helping children — and their families — reach their full potential will go on," the charity's interim president and chief executive, David Woodle, said in a statement.
"We got very little" donor support, "and it trailed off over time," Woodle told AP. "We're really down to hardly any. Our recommendation now to people is if you want to support these programs, support Arrow."