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Superior teenager raises $2,500 for CASDA

Mackenzie Cook held the fundraiser in January, which is Human Trafficking Awareness Month.

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Mackenzie Cook (right) hands a check for $2,586.30 to Jill Hinners, community engagement coordinator with the Center Against Sexual and Domestic Abuse. Cook raised the money in January 2021, which was Human Trafficking Awareness Month. (Photo courtesy of Dorinda Cook)
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A Superior teenager raised more than $2,500 for the Center Against Sexual and Domestic Abuse.

Mackenzie Cook successfully organized and ran her first fundraiser to help combat human trafficking in Superior. The fundraiser, held in January 2021 for Human Trafficking Awareness Month, raised $2,586.30.

The money Cook raised will help provide education and support services for victims and survivors of human trafficking in the Superior area.

In an email to the Telegram, Cook thanked everyone who donated for making the fundraiser a success.

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