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YWCA of Central Massachusetts has kicked off a capital campaign to raise funds for a $23.4-million renovation project of its downtown Worcester facility.
The organization launched its $7.5-million campaign at its 132nd annual meeting on Tuesday.
The building has only had one partial renovation done since it was built in 1961, the organization said in a news release. Renovations will seek to correct problems with infrastructure systems, security improvements and optimizing the current space in the 74,000-square-foot building.
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