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Passages receives $50k

June 20, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — With a capital campaign that exceeded its goal, Passages, Inc. continues to further its mission to be a leader in providing quality and innovative programs and services for individuals with an intellectual disability.

The goal of the capital campaign was to raise $750,000 with $782,500 raised.

The capital campaign raised funds to remodel the former Parkview Health owned Lehmberg Medical Office Building in Columbia City.

Passages was recently notified that it is the recipient of a $50,000 grant from the Dekko Foundation, with the funds directed to the capital campaign.

Dekko also supported the capital campaign in 2012 with a $75,000 grant.

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