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Be a part of ROCTHEDAY on Dec. 11, 2013!

For the third consecutive year, First Community Interfaith Institute Inc. is one of the Greater Rochester NY nonprofits participating in the United Way of Greater Rochester sponsored 'ROCTHEDAY.' This is an online platform where donors have 24 hours on Dec. 11 (from midnight to 11:59 pm) to donate to how many agencies they desire.  You can get more info on the ROCTHEDAY Facebook page.  First Community Interfaith Institute Inc.'s direct donation page for ROCTHEDAY is here. Your donations are handled securely, you receive immediate confirmation of your gift via email (you can use the email for your 2013 income tax documentation), and you will be helping a very worthwhile cause. Our Charles Riley Tutorial Program is still going strong and your gifts will help us provide more after school help to children (as well as adults) in Rochester. 

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