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The local campaign raised money for Community Harvest Food Bank, Renaissance Pointe YMCA, the YWCA, Monroeville Cornerstone Youth Center, and the Cinema Center.

‘Let’s Give Allen County’ pulls in $100,000

Let’s Give Allen County, a 12-hour fundraising campaign designed in part to appeal to the 25-to-40 age group, raised more than $100,000 on Tuesday when matching grants were included.

The experimental project, organized by the Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne and designed to make use of social media and get people to make donations online, was part of a national project.

The local campaign raised money for Community Harvest Food Bank, Renaissance Pointe YMCA, the YWCA, Monroeville Cornerstone Youth Center, and the Cinema Center. The charities that benefited from the project were chosen by Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana.

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