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A Durham Crowdfunding Campaign Still Needs $50,000 to Pay Down Student Lunch Debt

A Durham Crowdfunding Campaign Still Needs $50,000 to Pay Down Student Lunch Debt

As of November, the total amount owed by all students in Durham Public Schools was $103,835.

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by Anne Havisham on A Durham Crowdfunding Campaign Still Needs $50,000 to Pay Down Student Lunch Debt (Food Feature)

@irene_krys We apologize for not catching that. The link is now in the story.

https://www.gofundme.com/pay-down-durham-s…

by victoria_foodeditor on A Durham Crowdfunding Campaign Still Needs $50,000 to Pay Down Student Lunch Debt (Food Feature)

Why in the world would you post something like this, with that headline, and NOT give the link for contributions?

by irene_krys on A Durham Crowdfunding Campaign Still Needs $50,000 to Pay Down Student Lunch Debt (Food Feature)

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