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Burst pipe closes Vermont CARES in Burlington
The organization is meeting clients at their homes instead of office appointments this week. And it's referring people looking for HIV testing to other organizations until it reopens next week. Vermont CARES' other three offices across the state are open.
BURLINGTON, Vt(WCAX) Burst pipes closed an HIV and AIDS services program in Burlington this week.
Vermont CARES says the frigid temperatures caused a pipe to freeze and break above its StPaul Street office over the weekendIt flooded the waiting area, administration and fundraising offices The organization is cleaning up the mess -- and it's likely to take the rest of the week or longer.
“Luckily nothing super mission-critical was damaged Our client files are dry and secure,” said Peter Jacobsen, Vermont CARES Executive Director”We lost a lot of our fundraising records We lost some donor lists We lost some donor thank-you notes Just some materials that were sort of sweet sentimental, but also really useful in how we communicate with the public.”
The organization is meeting clients at their homes instead of office appointments this week And it's referring people looking for HIV testing to other organizations until it reopens next week Vermont CARES' other three offices across the state are open.
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