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Hands4Hope opens new headquarters

By From page A1 | October 14, 2013

In the five years since Hands4Hope-Youth Making a Difference was founded, members have met in borrowed spaces like the Raley’s Community Room, Nugget Conference Room, or the El Dorado Hills Fire Station. “This worked for us for the first three years and then it started getting tough to find meeting spaces big enough and that could accommodate all of our meetings and outreach activities,” said Jennifer Bassett, co-founder and executive director of  the non-profit youth service organization. At long last, they have a place of their own.

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