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CFD Community Fair happening now

People interested in the various non-profit organizations that contributions through WSU’s Combined Fund Drive can benefit can attend the community fair today in the Lighty atrium until 2 p.m. 
 
 
The fair is held as a way for people to talk with representatives from local CFD nonprofit organizations, said Laura Lahne, CFD coordinator. This allows individuals to learn more about the organizations and to learn what their money could possibly go to.
 
 
Some fo the attendees include:
 
• Alternative to Violence of the Palouse
• Whitman County Crime Victims Service Center
• Council on Aging
• American Red Cross
• Palouse Area Therapeutic Horsemanship
• Cancer Patient Care
• Whitman County Humane Society
• Pullman Child Welfare
• Child Care Resource and Referral
• YWCA
 

For more information on the Combined Fund Drive, visit www.cfd.wa.gov.

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