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Organizations collaborate to fill homelessness funding gap (access required)

Three area organizations will collaborate this winter to solve a $370,700 shelter funding crisis caused by the redirection of federal and state funding. ESL Federal Credit Union, the United Way of Greater Rochester Inc. and Rochester Area Community Foundation said Thursday they will support short-term funding gaps anticipated by the Salvation Army of Greater Rochester, Spiritus ...
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