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Season for Sharing kicks off 27th year of helping Arizona nonprofits


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Unemployment, food shortages and other COVID-19 challenges have caused individuals and families across Arizona to seek help anywhere they can.

Nonprofit agencies have found themselves particularly strapped as financial and volunteer resources are down at a time when demand is spiking.

Season for Sharing can help.

Today, The Arizona Republic launches the annual holiday giving campaign, which is now in its 27th year. In that time, almost $68 million has been raised — 100% of which has gone back to charities that help those in need. Last year, $1.8 million was directed to 143 groups throughout the state.

“Season for Sharing is The Republic’s annual gift to Arizona, and our readers have been key to its success since the beginning,” said Greg Burton, executive editor of The Republic and azcentral.com.

“Making Arizona a better place for all, including the neediest among us, is central to our mission. This year, help is needed more than ever.”

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