PA Treasury Seeks to Return Nearly $20,000 in Property to Shelters, Food Banks, other Organizations that Serve the Less Fortunate

PA Treasury Seeks to Return Nearly $20,000 in Property to Shelters, Food Banks, other Organizations that Serve the Less Fortunate

Harrisburg – December 19, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — Ongoing efforts by the Pennsylvania Treasury to reunite community service organizations with unclaimed property have led to claims for more than $13,000 by food banks, shelters and Salvation Army chapters, said State Treasurer Rob McCord today, but at least $6,500 remains to be claimed by these types of organizations – funds that can help to meet increased demand during the holiday season.

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