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Amid pandemic, charities and nonprofits must get creative to raise funds

Many nonprofits hold their annual fundraising events — a large part of their income — in the springtime, which was when much of the state began to shut down non-essential businesses and mandate people to stay home in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

The loss of income for other businesses and their employees means there is less income to donate to charitable organizations that rely on them.Read more.

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