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The Unsung Heroes Charity Vote

THE UNSUNG HEROES CHARITY VOTE


I just wanted to inform you about our Unsung Heroes Charity Vote which is taking place right now.

Every year we give $10,000 to a charity selected from a shortlist. This year we’ve scoured the 20,000 + charities and selected seven, that we feel deserve more attention than they often receive….

Voting is easy, people simply select the charity they’d like to see the $10,000 awarded to, followed by their second and third picks. We’ll give each vote a 3,2 & 1 weighting and the charity with the most points after all votes have been tallied will be this years ‘unsung hero’!

This year’s charity shortlist:

• Paw Justice
• Kids Can
• HELP
• Malaghan Institute of Medical Research
• Garden to Table
• Volunteering Auckland
• P3 Foundation

I hope you’re keen to spread the word as we’re obviously keen to have as many people vote as possible.

You are able to vote here http://blog.potentia.co.nz/the-unsung-heroes-charity-vote/ and voting closes at 5pm on Monday 16th December.

ENDS

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