EDITORIAL: Local nonprofits take on big job, play key role in giving season

In a sense, this is playoff season for many local charities. We’re into the time of year when benefit dinners and auctions pepper our calendars. But without them, nonprofits couldn’t serve Malheur County’s needs – if they could exist at all. They warrant your support and here’s why.

Most nonprofits operating in Malheur County get little to no government funding. They serve children, abused women, the homeless . . .

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