How you can give to Hoosier kids, families in need

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Spooky season is over, and it’s time to gear up for the holidays. 

Many Americans have already begun their holiday shopping — a survey by RetailMeNot, a digital coupon site that tracks shopping trends, found a whopping 83% of respondents planned to start their holiday shopping before Thanksgiving. 

But after nearly two years of pandemic-related economic and personal stressors, not every family is getting a head start or even has room in their budget to do much, if any, shopping this holiday season.

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Do you have a little extra to give this year, and are you looking to spread some cheer? Here are a few ways you can support children and families in need.