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More than 80% of the Cornerstone annual support comes from individual donors.
More than 80% of the Cornerstone annual support comes from individual donors.
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January 4, 2017

Local Shelters See Increased Donations During Holiday Season

The Hope Center and Cornerstone Rescue Mission saw increased donations during the holiday season and continue to receive donations reports KOTA TV.  These shelters are used by more than 100 people each day.  Citizens' generosity helps these shelters to meet needs by indivudals.

Rapid City Mayor Steve Allender says that the City of Rapid City is looking into options to help those in need find affordable homes.  He says that being homeless is very dangerous in Rapid City because of winter weather conditions.

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