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Professional consultants to hold pro-bono clinic

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The Rochester Professional Consultants Network plans to host a Business Drop-In Clinic next month for small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. The clinic will be held online via Zoom. RPCN will hold the clinic on June 1 as a ...

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Excellus awards grants to 10 local nonprofits (access required)

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Excellus BlueCross BlueShield has awarded 10 local organizations with funding from its Community Health Awards. Each of the organizations will receive up to $4,000 to help fund programs that include improved infant care, increased access to food pantries and health ...

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Girl Scouts cancel summer day, resident camps

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The Girl Scouts of Western New York has made the decision not to open its day and resident camps for more than 2,000 girls this summer due to safety concerns surrounding the COVID-19 virus, officials said Tuesday. The decision also ...

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Pegula sports donating $50,000 to Rochester’s COVID-19 fight (access required)

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Pegula Sports & Entertainment, which owns the Rochester Americans and Knighthawks, is committing $50,000 to Rochester organizations as part of its direct community aid initiative in the fight against the coronavirus. The Community Crisis Fund, established by the United Way ...

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Morgan Properties to donate portion of rent to RRH, Foodlink (access required)

Gateway Landing On The Canal in Gates is one of 57 apartment communities owned/managed by Morgan Properties of King of Prussia, Pa. (file photo).

Morgan Properties, which manages and has majority ownership of 57 apartment communities in the Rochester area, will be donating a portion of May and June rent to Rochester Regional Health and Foodlink. Morgan Cares was created to support local hospitals ...

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Rochesterians donate nearly $4 million to Community Crisis Fund

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More than $3.8 million has been raised for the Community Crisis Fund, which was started roughly six weeks ago by the United Way of Greater Rochester Inc. and the Rochester Area Community Foundation. Nearly 600 individuals have donated more than ...

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CAP now recruiting, training families online in preparation for foster children (access required)

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  For those of us cloistered with our families 24 hours a day, seven days a week, we may be looking forward to a time when we can have some separation. Kids in the foster care system are looking for ...

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Heritage Christian Services to host virtual 100-minute race

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Like many other organizations that have had to postpone or hold virtual events rather than planned face-to-face gatherings, Heritage Christian Services plans to host an alternative fundraising event, the Stronger Together Virtual Race. Facing a $4 million loss in revenue ...

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Goodwill president named CEO

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Goodwill of the Finger Lakes has named a longtime team member as its new CEO. Jennifer Lake will replace Gidget Hopf, who is retiring from the nonprofit organization after more than three decades. Lake, who joined Goodwill in 2007, begins ...

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