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My Neighbor in Need Moves to a New Location

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My Neighbor in Need has just opened up a brand new location to act as the central hub for all of their programs, as well as a thrift store for folks in need. 

"Today we are celebrating the grand opening of our new corporate location inside of times square. We have all four divisions of my Neighbor in Need, My Student in Need, the Give What You Can Community thrift store and the Pet Food Pantry," explains Dave Snuggs.

A big reason for their move has been their fast growing popularity of folks generously giving to the organization.

"We ran out of space in literally 6 months so here we're in 8,000 square foot building and it also allows privacy to those in need to fill out an application privately," says Snuggs.

On top of the new location, My Neighbor in Need got a new trailer from the businesses in the community and financial backing for their student program.

"Truly a blessing today with my student in need and where we are right now just 2 months old to have generosity from the Bliss family and from General Distributing of $25,000, think about what that does for us that means that for the next 5 years a student in need may never have to go without," says Snuggs.

The store will be opening to the public during this week Christmas Stroll in downtown Great Falls.

"Well the grand opening is on Christmas Stroll Friday, December 6th at 3 o'clock and we'll be here and we have a lot more things planned in the future, but having this all in one roof is truly, truly amazing," says Snuggs.

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