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The Times Union announces the winners of the "Capital Region Gives: The Big $100,000 Giveaway'



On November 19, the Times Union published our special section on philanthropy, Capital Region Gives. As part of a contest, 10 local nonprofits had the opportunity to share $100,000 in granted advertising space in the Times Union.

This year, 30 nonprofits were eligible to win a share of the $100,000 grant. Voting to determine which of the nonprofits will win one of the $10,000 advertising grants started on timesunion.com on November 14.

With over 15,000 votes cast, the 10 nonprofits with the most number of votes are:

Boys and Girls Club of the Capital Region, Capital Roots, CAPTAIN Community Human Services, Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Albany, Colonie Senior Service Centers, Double H Ranch, Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, NYOH Community Cancer Foundation, Temple Israel of Albany and Whiskers Animal Benevolent League.

Of the 10 winning nonprofits, 3 were new to win this year.

Capital Region Gives is made possible by the generous support of our philanthropic business community

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Capital Region Gives. The Big $100,000 Giveaway will return in 2021.

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