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More than 200 nominations, 5000 votes in WTVM's Give 9 campaign

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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

If you haven't voted for your favorite charity to win $5000 in our Give 9 campaign, the clock is ticking.

Nearly 5300 votes have been cast so far for more than 200 organizations and we're about a month away from awarding a big check to one local charity.

To nominate yours, just click here.

News Leader 9 and Headquarter Nissan will donate $5,000 to the non-profit that gets the most votes each quarter.  Remember, they must be a 501-c-3 Non-profit Organization.

The following is a list of the top 10  organizations that have been nominated. They are listed in alphabetical order.

  • Animal Ark Rescue
  • Autism Hope Center
  • Big House Foundation
  • Brown Bag of Columbus
  • East Alabama Humane Society
  • H3 (Heaven, Hearts and Horses)
  • Jordan High School Alumni Association
  • No Kill Columbus
  • Safe Kids Columbus
  • The Golden Rule

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