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Four local nonprofits lose homelessness funding (access required)

As winter approaches, four local homeless service providers have lost more than half a million dollars in federal and state funding. Together, the Salvation Army of Greater Rochester, YWCA of Rochester & Monroe County, Volunteers of America - Rochester and Spiritus Christi directly serve 2,000 homeless adults and children. “Homelessness continues to be a critical issue in our ...
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