South Suburban Family Shelter (SSFS) has launched a campaign to spread the word that it needs its promised funding from the state.
SSFS, an agency based in Homewood that works with victims of domestic violence, is urging supporters to join the “Tell 7” initiative by doing three things: call, give and tell.
“We are asking our community of committed supporters to help us by doing three actions: Call your legislators, give what you can and tell seven of your friends to do the same,” said Jennifer Gabreyna, executive director of SSFS.
Legislators . . .
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