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Charities spared Sandy’s wrath

Relief efforts not affecting holiday donations

Salvation Army bellringer Charlie Fiedler inside the Price Chopper Supermarket in Glenville on Tuesday afternoon.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Salvation Army bellringer Charlie Fiedler inside the Price Chopper Supermarket in Glenville on Tuesday afternoon.
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Will Superstorm Sandy steal Christmas from local charities? It doesn’t look that way. Despite the enormous outpouring of local donations being funneled to storm survivors, area donors are still making it a point to give where they live. Shelters of Saratoga, an organization that provides shelter, advocacy and referral services for the homeless and those at risk of homelessness, has actually seen donations increase since the storm. Excess food, clothing and water initially intended to ...

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