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KeyBank helps fund Goodwill’s 211/Life Line (access required)

Goodwill of the Finger Lakes is set to receive a $62,500 influx of funding from KeyBank Foundation, one of four annual installments in a $250,000 gift to the nonprofit organization. Goodwill funds, manages and owns 211/Life Line, an accredited program through the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems, American Association of Suicidology, and International Council for ...
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