Want to make a year-end donation? Here are Malheur County nonprofits you could help

As 2019 comes to a close, local nonprofits are seeking help with a variety of good works – teaching at-risk children, housing families in need, rescuing dogs and cats, serving senior citizens, and more. The Enterprise asked local nonprofits to send us some details on their services and their current needs so we could share it with readers. Here's a guide to some local organizations that are eligible for . . .

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