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The safe space brings together a host of services, from laundry facilities to Wi-Fi access for young people ages 12-21.
Matching grants are available to Superior and Douglas County nonprofits.
UWS athletes will ring bells, and collect toys and food during their Week of Giving.
Residents of Douglas County can sign up for Toys for Tots through Dec. 9.
A longtime case worker with the ministry, Krystal Brandstatter stepped into the leadership role Nov. 15.
The Humane Society of Douglas County will offer adoption discounts of up to 50% on cats and kittens.

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To keep its doors open, the thrift store at 1705 Belknap St. has to at least break even. Employees are spreading the word.
Hometown Heroes Outdoors has offered nearly 2,200 outdoor excursions — all of them free — to more than 3,000 people in 26 states.
Community members can support CASDA’s services to victims and survivors during the nonprofit’s annual Bowl-A-Thon to “strike out” domestic violence, one of several events the organization is hosting

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