CapCom donates to homeless shelter that was burglarized

November 09, 2017 07:28 PM

CapCom is helping a homeless shelter in Rensselaer that was burglarized.

The credit union donated $2,300 to St. Paul's Center on Thursday. The facility provides emergency housing for mothers and children.

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Last week, dozens of handbags, jewelry and scarves meant for a fundraiser were stolen.

CapCom says the donation matches the amount St. Paul's raised during the fundraiser last year.


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