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If your home could use some decluttering, now’s a good time to involve your kids in the process. Focus on one room, or one area of a room, at a time. Designate separate bags or boxes for items you can give away, recycle or throw away. Depending on how old your kids are, you can set limits for the number of toys, clothes or other items they can keep. When you’re finished, check whether any local charitable organizations are accepting donations. If there’s nowhere to take them now, stow them in the garage or storage room until operations resume in your area.

Next week a very important piece of mail will appear in mailboxes as the Geneseo Community Chest kicks off its 2020 fund drive. In so many ways right now we feel life has paused "big time," but the charitable organizations in our community are working harder than ever to give support to residents. Two very busy ones right now are Backpack Blessings and the Geneseo Food Pantry, two of the over 25 charitable, philanthropic and character-building organizations which donations to the Geneseo Community Chest provide funds for each year.

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Charity group to meet Feb. 12: Join QC100 at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 12, at the River Music Experience, 129 Main St., Davenport, as it select…

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Civic-minded Quad-Citians looking to make a difference with charitable donations are invited to join QC100 at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 12, at …

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More than 30 students from 10 Quad-City area high schools will grant a total of $10,000 to charitable organizations located in and serving Roc…

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