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Gainesville Jaycees donate to three area non-profits

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GAINESVILLE -- The Gainesville Jaycees continued their longstanding commitment to the betterment of Gainesville/Hall County recently when the organization presented checks worth $1,250 each to three community non-profit programs.

The Jaycees' donations went to Gateway House and Randy's House, as well as joining past winners of the annual Young Man/Young Woman of the Year award in presenting a check to Rehabilitation Industries of Northeast Georgia (RING).

Established in 1969, RING provides vocational services to individuals with disabilities or others with similar vocational needs to reach independence and self sufficiency through training, support and advocacy. The money raised for RING came as a direct result of the Jaycees' partnership with the Young Man/Young Woman Award, and several former winners were on hand to help present the check.

Gateway House, meanwhile, provides shelter, counseling and direction for victims of domestic abuse.

Randy’s House provides homes for handicapped adults and helps them to live independent, fulfilling lives.

The Gainesville Jaycees are proud to include these donations amongst a long list of public service to its community.

Article courtesy of AccessNorthGA.com


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