We’ve selected six different organizations and given them each $5,000 to make an impact on our community. Your votes can help them earn even more! For every 5,000 votes, each organization will receive an additional $1,000 for up to $5,000 in additional dollars.

Get to know these outstanding organizations and vote for the cause you’re most passionate about. Individuals may vote once per day — see official rules for more information.

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Total votes for the Contest "2015 Contest" : 37849
future for kids

Future for Kids

Having a positive role model helps children learn and succeed at home and in school. Discover Your Future is an after school program that provides small group mentoring for kids ages 6 through 14. Mentors meet weekly with students in a structured small-group program, focusing on academics, athletics and ethics.

8999 Votes
streetlight usa

StreetLight USA

Child sex trafficking — often considered a problem in other countries — is a real issue in the United States, with 300,000 American youth victimized every year. Streetlight USA is the nation’s largest residential care facility, helping girls ages 11 to 17 receive life skills assistance and counseling to build self-esteem and work toward becoming independent and successful young women.

5463 Votes
save the family

Save the Family

Having a place to live is only the first step in helping homeless families heal and work toward self-sufficiency. Save the Family empowers families by providing transitional and permanent housing, as well as financial education, career coaching, legal assistance, life skill classes, and youth enrichment programs.

5085 Votes
singleton moms

Singleton Moms

Battling cancer is difficult enough; fighting cancer as a single parent can seem overwhelming. Singleton Moms provides support and resources to single parent moms (and dads) battling cancer. Some of their services include financial assistance, support groups, basic supply donations, pre-prepared meals, house cleaning, and outings for the parents and children.

5094 Votes
st joseph the worker

St. Joseph the Worker

Imagine trying to find a job without a phone, mailing address or access to the Internet. St. Joseph the Worker helps people who are homeless or low income find gainful employment through mentoring and support services. Clients receive assistance with resumes, applications, computer and email access, job searches, interview skills, transportation, dress clothes and more.

8222 Votes
big brothers big sisters of central arizona

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona

Mentoring helps boost academic achievement, self-esteem and social development. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona provides mentoring services for at-risk youth through their traditional community program, as well as a site-based program (where children meet with a mentor during their school lunch hour).

4986 Votes