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It’s a challenging time for non-profits but CORIL, Central Oregon Resources for Independent Living is thriving. Director Jim Lee says their program pairs up people with developmental disabilities with businesses to do meaningful work. It’s a win-win for everyone. “CORIL is a very inspirational place. Not a place where you feel sorry for people with disabilities. If you come into our work center you see people with disabilities doing amazing things. It's really a celebration. We're always looking for volunteers, businesses to help and we're always looking for people to financially invest in our mission.”  Jim Lee says funding has been challenging since 2008, but they've made cuts to get by. Lee was the guest on "Your Town" during the KBND Morning News Thursday.

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