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Iowa Able Foundation Providing Financial Coaching to Those Most in Need

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AMES, Iowa  --  We all know that medical services and devices are costly.  That's especially true for those with disabilities and the elderly who struggle to find a way to pay while living with little or no income.  That's where the group Iowa Able comes in.  The Ames-based group works to help those with disabilities and the elderly manage their finances and apply for loans.

Executive Director Charles Hoffman-Zinnel and Finance Director Abbey Westbrook joined the Channel 13 News at 4pm to talk about their organization and your chance to help their mission at a charity event this summer.

Iowa Able Run will be held Saturday, June 23rd at Ada Hayden Heritage Park in Ames.  You can sign up by visiting Iowa Able Foundation's website.

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