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Give 9 campaign enters last week of voting

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It's the final week to vote for your favorite charity to win $5,000! Our first Give 9 winner will be announced soon.

Nearly 9,000 have already voted so far, but now is the time to really push it if you want your non-profit group to win.

News Leader 9's Barbara Gauthier stopped by the Autism Hope Center in Columbus on Monday, which is among the top 10 vote-getters.  The organization provides services and support for the 2,000 people in the valley with autism and their families.

Here's the list of the top 10 vote getters in order from highest to lowest:

  1. Animal Ark Rescue
  2. The Golden Rule
  3. East Alabama Humane Society
  4. Brown Bag
  5. H3 (Heavens Hearts & Horses)
  6. Safe Kids Columbus
  7. Jordan High Alumni Association
  8. Big House Foundation
  9. Autism Hope Center
  10. Christian Women Jobs Corps

Voting continues until midnight on March 31, so be sure to go to vote for your favorite non-profit group.

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