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In donating to Marathon victims, take care

From Malden sixth-graders who sold homemade earrings and origami flowers to a Wayland Islamic center’s appeal to members and a town-sponsored road race in Plymouth, residents and organizations across the region are raising money to help the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.

The ways to donate are numerous, from the One Fund Boston set up by Governor Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino to crowd-funding sites like GoFundMe and GiveForward, where friends and families of individual victims are collecting money, and to golf tournaments and shopping events.

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