Vote to Select Grand Prize Winner in the 12 Days of Giving Contest
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We've selected the winners of the 12 Days of Giving Contest, and now it's time for you to select the Grand Prize Winner!
Please vote for your favorite organization of those submitted for consideration below. Fashion Club will donate $100 to the organization with the most votes!! Voting ends December 22, 2011.
1. Make-A-Wish Foundation (submitted by Tiffany S. from Yucca Valley, California)
The Make-A-Wish Foundation grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. The organization reaches more than 250,000 children around the world.
2. The Cancer Card Xchange (submitted by Megan B. from Redwood Falls, Minnesota)
The Cancer Card Xchange collects and distributes gift cards to cancer patients, creating bright spots for them along their journeys.
3. Invisible Children (submitted by Ivana S. from Woodstock, Illinois)
Invisible Children (IC) seeks to raise awareness about Joseph Kony's army in Uganda, where children are forced to become soldiers and participate in hostilities. IC creates programs on the ground in Central Africa that focus on rehabilitation and education.
4. Charity International (submitted by Amber R. from Hesperia, California)
Charity International provides food and relief to needy people in the U.S. and overseas. The organization partners with communities to locate the individuals in the greatest need.
5. Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (submitted by Cheyenne L. from Salinas, California)
The mission of this organization is to advance research, support patients, and create hope for those affected by pancreatic cancer.
6. Autism Speaks (submitted by Paige A. from Las Vegas, Nevada)
Autism Speaks is dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments, and a cure for autism.
7. Operation Smile (submitted by Ariana M. from Enumclaw, Washington)
Operation Smile is an international children's medical charity that provides safe, effective reconstructive surgery for children born with facial deformities such as cleft lip and cleft palate.
8. The Hugs Project (submitted by Logan N. from Edmond, Oklahoma)
Based in Oklahoma, the Hugs Project is an organization that sends care packages and other handmade items to U.S. service men and women in the Middle East.
9. BackPack Program from the Feeding America Foundation (submitted by Jameea B. from Roanoke, Virginia)
The Feeding America BackPack Program helps underprivileged children get the nutritious food they need for the weekend. Bags of food are distributed at the end of the week to nearly 230,000 children every year.
10. Do Something (submitted by Diona B. from Milan, Tennessee)
DoSomething.org is one of the largest organizations in the U.S. for teens and social change. The call to action is always something that doesn’t require money, an adult, or a car.