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'KY Gives Day' Raises More Than $200K For Charities

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 4/24/2013 8:18 pm
It's always a good time to give to charity.

But there was an extra reason to give Wednesday.

It was 'Kentucky Gives Day.'

Click here for more information on giving to any charity.

You'll find many of your favorite charities at the website.

More than $255,000 was raised by 8:15 Wednesday evening.

This is the first year Kentucky has taken part in this program.
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