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It was part of a program where 100 agents selected organizations to award grants to.
Decisions made decades ago are coming home to roost.
Demand hasn’t yet outrun the charity of Juneau residents.
Helping one’s neighbors was part of King’s message
The group came up with the idea to help out during the bitter winter.
The meals are available for anyone who needs one.
The Thanksgiving meal will go on, albeit in very modified form.
Cannabis industry donations are usually clandestine, but not this one.
The fund donated $20,000 to the SE AK Food Bank
Closed offices and schools will only drive need.
The donations will help raise more funds for shelter, and for suicide prevention programs.