It’s been a difficult year for many nonprofits, but the Humane Society of Oldham County is hoping a weekend fundraiser will help the organization get back on track.
The organization has rented a building in La Grange for the past 13 years. But, it’s not a long-term option because the owner wants to redevelop the property.
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That’s why director Bobbie Dewey said the organization is raising money to build a new home. But the coronavirus pandemic has made things difficult for the Humane Society of Oldham County.
“COVID has made it really apparent to us how bad we need this building. For instance, we don’t house dogs, and when COVID hit, we had to pull all of our dogs out of our program at the Kentucky State Reformatory with no place to put them,” Dewey said.
Dewey said the goal is to finish
By Sethuraman N R
BENGALURU (Reuters) – Indian shares rose on Monday, led by banking stocks on hopes that the government may offer support and infuse some capital into the sector, with gains in global markets also aiding investor sentiment.
The broader NSE Nifty 50 index <.NSEI> rose 1.6% to 11,227.55 and the S&P BSE Sensex <.BSESN> climbed 1.6% to 37,981.63.
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