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Stock the Shelves raises more than $6K in less than 2 weeks

Oct. 25, 2012
 
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This year’s Stock the Shelves campaign has raised $6,220 through Tuesday, including $4,225 from participating credit unions, $1,895 through individual donors and $100 in corporate contributions. The Green Bay Press-Gazette has set a $100,000 fundraising goal for the annual effort, which will benefit 11 area food pantries and programs. The six-week campaign ends Nov. 25. Last year, the Press-Gazette raised $62,531 in financial contributions. To donate, visit www.greenbaypressgazette.com/stocktheshelves.

— Charles Davis/Press-Gazette

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