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AllGood Cares Nomination Page
AllGood Plumbing, Electric, Heating & Cooling is Donating $1,000 Per Month to Local Non-Profit [501(c)3] Organizations. And We Want You to Nominate the Worthy Recipients!
Here’s how it works:
You are invited to nominate your favorite local community non profit that has 501 (c) 3 status by filling out the form. At the end of each month, a member of our staff will randomly select one such entry and we’ll donate $1,000 to them!
*** You may enter multiple times in order to increase the chances of your
organization being drawn as the winner!***
December 2015 Winner: Economic Development Four Athens Inc.
The Allgood Cares Winner for December 2015 is the non-profit organization Economic Development Four Athens. Four Athens was formed to discover startups, build community, connect creativity, accelerate growth and invest in success. The organization aims to change the way companies are started by forming a community of like-minded individuals who can provide introductions, connections and coaching to help overcome many obstacles that start-ups may face. Pictured is Four Athens employee, Ariel Lockshaw, collecting her $1000 donation from the owner and staff at Allgood Plumbing, Electric, Heating & Cooling.
Find out more about Four Athens by visiting their website at: www.FourAthens.com
November 2015 Winner: Teddy Bear Crusade/CHOA
The Allgood Cares Winner for November 2015 is the Teddy Bear Crusade which benefits the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. The money raied from TBC helps purchase new stuffed teddy bears for young children who may be battling childhood cancer, blood disorders, juvenile diabetes and other ailments, and raises funds to meet the needs of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta patient and family support through various programs and research. Pictured is Teddy Bear Crusade volunteer and host committee member, Amanda Daniels, accepting the $1000 Allgood Cares donation with some of the Allgood staff members.
To find out more about The Teddy Bear Crusade, make a donation or volunteer, please visit the website: www.tbcatl.org
October 2015 Winner: Wishes 4 Me Foundation
The Allgood Cares winner for October 2015 is the Wishes 4 Me Foundation. This organization was founded by Lynn Robinette in April 2002, and her motivation behind creating this non-profit organization came when both of her children were diagnosed with Freidriech’s Ataxia, a form of Muscular Dystrophy (MS). Worried about what would happen to her adult disabled children if she was not around, she sought to create a group home environment to assist adults who are disabled to live a more active and involved lifestyle, with dignity, independence and love. Pictured is Wishes 4 Me board member Tami Carless collecting her $1000 Allgood Cares donation with residents Tyson Sardis and Peter Clark along with Allgood staff.
To find out more about this charity, make a donation or volunteer, please visit their website at: wishes4me.org
September 2015 Winner: You Lucky Dog Rescue
The Allgood Cares Winner for September 2015 is You Lucky Dog Rescue. This charity's mission is to save, protect and improve the lives of dogs through committed volunteers, foster homes, donors veterinarian and trainers. The charity helps the rescued dogs find temporary foster home while assessing the individual dog's needs to match them with a loving and carefully screened "forever home." Pictured is You Lucky Dog Rescue volunteer, Kelli Robison, with her foster dog, Gonzo, collecting their $1000 Allgood Cares donation.
August 2015 Winner: The Taylor Brooks Foundation
The Allgood Cares winner for August is The Taylor Brooks Foundation. This foundation was founded by Melissa and Jeff Brooks to honor the memory of their daughter, Taylor, who lost her battle with a rare form of cancer at age 14. The Taylor Brooks Foundation serves parents, families and doctors dealing with rare forms of cancer through the humanitarian support of parents and caregivers, increasing the visibility of childhood cancer and raising financial resources to research and implement new treatment options. Pictured is Melissa and Jeff Brooks holding a photo of their beautiful angel Taylor, while being presented with a $1000 donation from Allgood Cares.
To find out more information or make a donation to The Taylor Brooks Foundation, visit the website: http://www.taylorbrooksfoundation.org/
July 2015 Winner: The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society-Team in Training
Our Allgood Cares winner for July is The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society - Team in Training. Team In Training is the flagship fundraising program for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) and the only endurance sports training program for charity that raises money for blood cancer research. The coaches will train individuals to cross the finish line at marathons, half-marathons, cycling events, triathalons or hike adventures to raise money for this worthy cause. Pictured is Lori Rassmussen as she accepts the $1000 Allgood Cares donation on behalf of the charity.
June 2015 Winner: Belief in Motion/Lanie's Home
Our Allgood Cares winner for June 2015 is Belief in Motion /Lanie's Home. Teenager Lanie first visited Romania when she was 6 years-old and was so moved by the plight of orphans there that she decided to raise awarness and homes for the aboandoned children there. She believes that every little bit helps, and Allgood is proud to help her get one step closer to her goal!
Click here to learn more: http://www.beliefinmotion.org/#!establishing/c1a53
March 2015 Winner: Make A Wish: Georgia
Since granting our first wish in 1995 Make-A-Wish Georgia has granted nearly 7,000 wishes in Georgia! Help us celebrate our 20th Anniversary by helping us grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.
February 2015 Winner: The Social Circle Christian Learning Center
The Social Circle Christian Learning Center (SCCLC) was established in December of 1997 as a Release Time Program of Christian education. With God’s provision and support from the local community, SCCLC now offers a full schedule of classes to Social Circle High School and Middle School students.
Click here to learn more: The Social Circle Christian Learning Center
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