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ROCHESTER, Minn.– The Paws and Claws Humane society reached it’s goal of raising $25,000 during their Annual Rummage & Bake Sale.
This time of year is when many non-profits ramp up their fundraising efforts, but lately many of their mainstay fundraising events are having to be postponed or cancelled.
Putting the “fun” in FUNdraiser, that’s the goal of next week’s comedy show in Huntsville.
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Alabama Families With Trans Kids Are Fundraising to Flee Anti-Trans Law [Video]
Anti-trans legislation in Alabama, which goes into effect May 8, bans doctors from providing gender-affirming healthcare to trans kids.
Funds raised from the charity shield match which was between Nyasa Big Bullets and Silver Strikers amounting to 10.3 million kwacha has benefitted flood victims in Chikwawa district.
The annual event is one of the biggest fundraisers of the year giving people in Maine a chance to join the fight against cancer.
A groundbreaking ceremony for 15 tiny homes that are transitional and therapeutic housing for veterans who are experiencing homelessness will take place today.
According to Relay for Life’s Facebook post, “This is for cancer survivors and their loved ones to come together and commemorate their journey.”