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An Albany non-profit group that focuses on helping teenaged girls now has permanent headquarters.

Thursday Deceased Daddy's Daughters showed us their new office space in the old Albany Times building.

The organization mentors high school girls who are at-risk or have lost their fathers. They're asking for in-kind donations to get the new office up and running.

"We're in need off office supplies, office furniture, desks, in order to service the young ladies when they come for their workshops," said Cassandra Moye, Deceased Daddy's Daughters Founder.

The organization helps about thirty girls right now. The office space was provided by real estate investor Bob Brooks.

For more information call Cassandra Moye at (229) 776-5431.