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WATERLOO (KWWL) -
The National Cattle Congress hosted a fundraiser Saturday to help homeless women and children.
45 vendors took part in the "Hope for the Holidays" craft show.
The entry fee for each vendor went to help House of Hope in Waterloo.
Organizers say this is one of two fundraisers this year. They say money raised Saturday helps with daily operations.
"The House of Hope, it's a two year transitional program for homeless women and their children. So it's a great service to them and it helps them improve their program and operate on a daily basis," said Trinity Rogers, Board of Directors.
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