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Cleveland Heights congregation inspired by effort to help house families experiencing homelessness105sharesBy Robert Higgs, cleveland.com
CLEVELAND, Ohio – An effort to help provide housing for families experiencing homelessness so inspired churchgoers in a Cleveland Heights congregation that everybody joined in – down to youngsters who emptied their piggy banks.
The effort by Fairmount Presbyterian Church raised $126,000 toward the Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry’s “Breaking New Ground” campaign, enough to cover the purchase, renovation, and maintenance of a house in which a homeless family can resettle.
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