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Local Philanthropy at its Best
Guest is Jennifer Farrell of Community Foundation of Harford County
On this episode of Harford County Living with Rich Bennett, coming to you from the Freedom Federal Credit Union studios, Rich and co-host Lyle Garitty speak with Jennifer Farrell of Community Foundation of Harford County.
The Community Foundation of Harford County are a nonprofit philanthropic organization whose mission is to meet the changing needs and interests of the community for the benefit of Harford County residents. Donations to the foundation are used to support the quality of life in Harford County. Donors may contribute to a specific area of interest, a specific fund, or to provide support for “best mission use.” All donations stay local. The ability for multiple donors to aggregate donations for more impact is the very heart of community foundations, thus making a big difference with any contribution.
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