1st Place, receiving $3,000 is Sylvia's Place

Sylvia’s Place provides emergency shelter and supportive services for survivors of domestic violence. They help survivors heal with safety planning, domestic violence education, counseling and support, helping survivors navigate the legal system to get justice through case management, legal advocacy, personal protection orders and court accompaniment. They also offer assistance with employment search and housing referrals.

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2nd Place, receiving $2,000 is Dégagé Ministries

Dégagé Ministries offers help and hope to homeless and disadvantaged individuals in our community. They provide low-cost meals, basic-needs services, and an overnight shelter for women among many other services.

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Tie for 3rd Place, receiving $1,000 is Family Promise

Family Promise serves children and their families who are experiencing a housing crisis by providing emergency shelter and programs that support them in finding independent and permanent housing.

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Tie for 3rd Place, receiving $1,000 is Together For The Good

Together For The Good caters to the spouses and children of our veterans, police officers, firefighters, and first-responders who like the veterans, also need counselors and mental health treatment. Their focus is to educate the family on mental health, PTSD, TBI, and its correlation to suicide.

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Charitable organizations must be designated 501C3 to be eligible for donation. Anyone may participate and participants may nominate or vote up to once per day throughout the contest period.