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Inside KELOLAND: Holiday Giving

December 3, 2006, 8:14 AM by News Staff

Inside KELOLAND: Holiday Giving
Sioux Falls was just featured in a national news program for its generosity, going above and beyond people in one of the nation's largest cities when it comes to giving. And there are plenty of ways to give this holiday season. 

Since its start in 1991, Sioux Falls Cares has grown and expanded to help hundreds of needy families during the holidays. If you'd like to help, you can call (605) 332-9146. 

The Holiday Clearing House is also meeting the needs of local families. The organization matches families with local group or individuals wishing to help. Click here for more information. 

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