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Center for Youth

Oct. 11-15: Another successful Fashion Week of Rochester was attended by 3,500 people. The event raised $425,000 to support homeless youth programs and crisis services at The Center for Youth.

Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester

Nov. 1: A record number of 360 women attended the Women’s Philanthropy Main Event sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester. The event raised $100,000 during the evening for the Federation annual campaign.

Mary Cariola Children’s Center

Nov. 10: Mary Cariola Children’s Center recently celebrated the launch of the Sunrise Circle Leadership Giving Program. The event recognized 167 loyal donors whose gifts to the agency total $2.4 million. Their gifts have allowed the agency to provide music therapy, expand classrooms and provide technology upgrades.

12/23/2016 (c) 2016 Rochester Business Journal. To obtain permission to reprint this article, call 585-546-8303 or email rbj@rbj.net.

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