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Students form nonprofit to encourage living simply so others may live


Cutting down utility bills, using more recyclable materials, or simply skipping the soda at lunch can make a difference for someone in another country who goes without even a bed or refrigerator. As Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Caitlin Lawrence reports, a new grassroots organization hopes to move people to “Live Cheap.”

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News sources: Co-founder and CEO of Live Cheap, David Berndt , Gainesville Chapter President of Live Cheap, Erin Wasik

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