Fidelity Charitable donors are expected to step up contributions to Ebola relief causes after their giving got off to a modest start so far this year, according to a spokesperson for the charity.

Donors, which can include advisory clients, made 271 grants totaling $875,000 for Ebola-related relief causes through donor-advised funds for the first three quarters of this year, says Fidelity Charitable spokeswoman Kimberly Judecki. The current Ebola outbreak began in March.

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