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Generocksity participants party hard for a good cause

Generocksity is about more than just raising money, reports Shane Foxman. The organization wants to show young people that giving back can be both easy and fun.

Event for the Downtown Eastside Women's Centre raises $5,000

Generocksity participants raise money for DTES Women's Centre 5:27

Last weekend, more than 300 youngsters from the Lower Mainland partied hard and raised money for the Downtown Eastside Women's Centre. 

The event raised $5,000 and was put on by Generocksity, an organization funded by a group of university students.

But as Shane Foxman reports, Generocksity is about more than just raising money. The organization wants to show young people that giving back can be both easy and fun. 


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