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For six years, the Feinstein Foundation has matched every dollar and can of food donated to the Bartlett House.

The foundation is continuing to help the homeless shelter and other non profits across the country.

Alan Feinstein is a millionaire who sets aside $1 million each year to do this.

The money helps the Bartlett House get almost every basic necessity it needs for the entire year.

"This program runs from March 1 to April 30 each year and we just have two in half weeks left in the campaign. Now is the time for people to come by and donate. There are several ways for people to donate, they can come by and drop things off at our location here," said Christopher Harnett, of the Bartlett House.

The Feinstein Foundation increases its donation as the public continues to donate.