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A new nonprofit in Bozeman wants to help people with reliable vehicles, housing and life coaching.

Greater Impact has been “in the works” for the past six years, but has officially had a nonprofit designation for about six months, said Executive Director John Paszkiet. In that time, he said, the group has fixed cars, given cars away and helped people who were close to being evicted from their homes, among other things.

Paszkiet said Greater Impact donated about three cars to families in need during the week leading up to Christmas Day.

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