Holidays challenge nonprofits

Holidays challenge nonprofits

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Lou Kiene, a volunteer at the Manna Soup Kitchen, helps serve lunch as volunteer Sue Corwin, far right, and Anisa Nakai assist him. To Kiene’s right is Jane Carman. Kiene thought they would serve 80 to 100 people in need during the noontime meal.thought they would serve 80 to 100 people in need during the noontime meal.
The caring hands of Manna Soup Kitchen volunteer Carman are seen as she serves to a client of the Soup Kitchen on Thursday during the noon meal service Thursday.
Mercury Payment Systems employee Cheri Periman sorts donated food at Durango Food Bank. Mercury encourages and allows its employees to volunteer for community-service efforts.
Produce waits to be sorted at the Durango Food Bank as boxes of food are prepared.

Holidays challenge nonprofits

Lou Kiene, a volunteer at the Manna Soup Kitchen, helps serve lunch as volunteer Sue Corwin, far right, and Anisa Nakai assist him. To Kiene’s right is Jane Carman. Kiene thought they would serve 80 to 100 people in need during the noontime meal.thought they would serve 80 to 100 people in need during the noontime meal.
The caring hands of Manna Soup Kitchen volunteer Carman are seen as she serves to a client of the Soup Kitchen on Thursday during the noon meal service Thursday.
Mercury Payment Systems employee Cheri Periman sorts donated food at Durango Food Bank. Mercury encourages and allows its employees to volunteer for community-service efforts.
Produce waits to be sorted at the Durango Food Bank as boxes of food are prepared.
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