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Stock the Shelves drive reaches 25% of goal

Nov. 15, 2012
 
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The Green Bay Press-Gazette’s Stock the Shelves campaign has reached a quarter of its $100,000 fundraising goal.

As of Tuesday, the effort has raised $25,316 since beginning on Oct. 14. Of that, $4,225 has been donated by credit unions, $10,231 has come from individual donors, $500 was given by a local club and $10,360 are from corporate contributions.

The cause works to benefit 11 area food pantries and programs. The campaign is set to end Nov. 25.

To donate, visit www.greenbaypressgazette.com/stocktheshelves.

— Charles Davis/Press-Gazette

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