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Giving Circle seeks to help women who were once imprisoned (access required)

In the last dozen years, the Rochester Women’s Giving Circle has put some $1.5 million back into a community that is both fraught with an endless cycle of poverty and eager to break out of that cycle. And during those years, its mission has evolved such that RWGC focuses on women whose lives have been ...

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