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Local charities are not sure what to expect in terms of donations and need levels in 2008, but they are feeling some apprehension from high unemployment.
Kershaw Area Resource Exchange (KARE) appears to be in the most precarious position.
KARE Administrator Mike Hilton said monetary donations continue to fall at his agency while need continues to increase.
"Unfortunately, that has just coincided with the loss of jobs," Hilton said. "There's definitely more need right now than we're used to having."
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