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More than $2 million were raised for nonprofits this Giving Tuesday in Omaha and Iowa

OMAHA, Nebraska — During the course of this year, Share Omaha and Share Iowa were able to contribute to the raising of more than $2 million for local charity organizations, and the numbers for Giving Tuesday are still being tallied.

Inflation is still a problem for many individuals, therefore even though Giving Tuesday is passed, people can continue help local charity organizations who are need for donations or people to donate their time.

People in Iowa can educate themselves on how they can assist essential organizations survive, according to one non-profit group in the state.

“Let’s all become more knowledgeable about the non-profit work we do throughout our region,” said Cara Cool-Trede, executive director of Avenue Scholars Southwest Iowa. “Let’s all become more knowledgeable about the non-profit work we do throughout our region.” “So, if they weren’t able to donate, it’s just excellent for them to go out and start learning about these various non-profits and sharing in our message,” you may say.

The concluding tally has not yet been disclosed to the public.

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