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Albany businesses participate in "Georgia Gives Day"

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Beth English, CEO of Easter Seal in Albany. Beth English, CEO of Easter Seal in Albany.
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Easter Seal in Albany is participating in this year's "Georgia Gives Day."

Georgia Gives Day is November 13. It is designed to allow Georgians to give online donations to various non-profit organizations around the state.

Several hundred organizations have already signed up to participate.

Beth English, CEO of Easter Seal in Albany, is excited that her company is participating.

"We are one of several hundred private non-profits that are a part of "Georgia Gives" day," said English. "This year, [Easter Seal] actually set a goal of $5,000 and really hope that everybody will come and make that click and support Eastern Seal Southern Georgia on the web site."

If you would like to donate, visit http://gagivesday.org/

 

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