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Nonprofits grateful for generous public

Groups touched by outpouring of support this year

Caroline Codd, 19, Juliana Willey, 19, Grace Strong, 19, Alex Sanders, 19, Cassandra Coppola, 20, Kate Tepper, 20, and Manuel Berduc, 21, college students from the Niskayuna area, sing Christmas carols to guests at the Bethesda House on Tuesday.
Photographer: Stacey Lauren-Kennedy
Caroline Codd, 19, Juliana Willey, 19, Grace Strong, 19, Alex Sanders, 19, Cassandra Coppola, 20, Kate Tepper, 20, and Manuel Berduc, 21, college students from the Niskayuna area, sing Christmas carols to guests at the Bethesda House on Tuesday.
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Generosity is everywhere at this time of year. It’s found in brightly wrapped packages, in warm meals and in the rattle of change dropped into The Salvation Army’s red kettles. It’s in the voices of carolers who sing for those needing cheer and in the actions of volunteers who offer support to the homeless. Acts of kindness are being performed at food pantries and animal shelters, at nursing homes and out on the streets. But ...

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