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Wed September 11, 2013
Young Philanthropists Are Giving Back
You don't have to be old to give to worthy causes. In fact, there is a group in the area known as the Young Philanthropists, which provides grants for various needs in the community. All you have to be is over 21 years old and you can join simply by giving 125-dollars a year.
Micah Roderick, on the Steering Committee of the Young Philanthropists, and Stacy Reed, Vice President of Programs with the Community Foundation for the Land Of Lincoln, spoke with WUIS' Sean Crawford: