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Pleasanton Weekly

Opinion - December 27, 2013

Help those in need through the Pleasanton Weekly Holiday Fund

As this season of giving continues and with just five days left in 2013, we hope that those who haven't yet contributed will consider a year-end gift to the Pleasanton Weekly Holiday Fund. It's a timely plea, with many nonprofits still faced with diminished contributions as a result of the waning recession while needing increased funds to meet a growing number of those in need. Even though we are seeing an economic rebound, the good times have not reached the nonprofit caregivers which depend on public contributions to serve our community.

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