The Lance Armstrong Foundation says that donations have risen sharply, but the organization faces longterm questions about its future now that its founder has been stripped of a record seven Tour de France titles.
Chief Executive Doug Ulman said: "It's people offering to help in any way they can, people committing to additional donations, people saying, 'I'm going to go buy a Livestrong shirt to show my support,'"
"So the mood is actually pretty positive."
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