Christian Community Action, 4 other nonprofits seek votes for ‘Community Builder’ grant

Christian Community Action is up for a $25,000 grant as part of the Stratton Faxon law-firm’s Community Builder contest.

As part of the contest, Stratton Faxon has pre-selected four charities: All Our Kin, Billings Forge Community Works, Common Ground and Gaylord Specialty Healthcare.  The one that gets the most votes from people visiting the firm’s website will be awarded a $100,000 grant, with the other three receiving grants of $25,000 each.

As a past recipient, Christian Community Action is not eligible to compete among those four. CCA, however, can win a $25,000 grant under a fifth write-in category. That award also goes to the top vote-getter.

To cast your lot for the $100,000 winner, go to www.strattonfaxon.com,  click on the “Vote Now” box and select one of the radio buttons. To vote for CCA, enter Christian Community Action in the write-in box and fill in your first and last name and email address.

No donation required to vote.

Help spread the word for these organizations, the contest ends July 8.

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One Comment on “Christian Community Action, 4 other nonprofits seek votes for ‘Community Builder’ grant”

  1. Charla Nich says:

    After casting your vote for 1 of the 4 groups, please write in “Christian Community Action” for your second vote. CCA provides apartments to homeless families in New Haven – and helps them get back into affordable and decent homes. They also provide other support services as needed. CCA would really be able to serve, help and provide for so many more local families with $25000! Please vote- and write in!

    ccahelping.org


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