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(KSL News) -- Donations have poured in over the last two weeks for an Ogden homeless shelter in danger of closing.
Officials with St. Anne's Center say now, thanks to more than $10,000, the shelter can stay open.
The shelter's director says 32 individuals and organizations came forward with money since the shelter announced they would close in a matter of months without help.