As families and individuals continue to feel the pinch from the rising prices of food and other necessities, charities and nonprofits experience the strain, multiplied sometimes exponentially.

The budgets that Merryman House Domestic Crisis Center and other organizations would have included when applying for grants and planning fundraising last year aren’t accurate anymore, putting further pressure on limited resources.

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