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Donors step up to help Turning Point residents

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Donors in Bartholomew County and beyond have given more than $5,000 in food, gift cards and cash to help nonprofit Turning Point Domestic Violence Services feed an unusually large number of children and teens with families at its shelter.

Those gifts, which may be enough to feed residents for the rest of the year, arrived just over 24 hours after agency President Lisa Shafran asked the public for help in a story in Monday's Republic.

For more on this story, see Thursday's Republic.

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