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Banking Regions Bank gives Fort Worth Airpower Foundation chance at grant based on...

Regions Bank gives Fort Worth Airpower Foundation chance at grant based on votes

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Regions Bank gives Gratitude Initiative and Fort Worth Airpower Foundation a chance at $5,000 plus volunteer service through social media, web promotions

Throughout November, Regions Bank is highlighting the work of nonprofits supporting veterans, active-duty service members, and their families. And people across both Dallas and Fort Worth are encouraged to join through online voting, the bank said in a news release.

Locally, the Dallas-based Gratitude Initiative and the Fort Worth Airpower Foundation are two of the nonprofits participating in Regions’ What a Difference a Day Makes contest. All month, Regions is using its web and social media channels to spotlight both Metroplex nonprofits, along with other organizations serving the military community.

The public is invited to learn more about the nonprofits through brief articles in the “What a Difference a Day Makes” section of Regions’ news website: https://doingmoretoday.com Then, through Nov. 30, eligible voters can vote once daily for their favorite organization.

After voting concludes, the nonprofit participant with the greatest number of votes will receive a $5,000 grant from Regions. All other contestants will receive grants of $500 or $1,000 based on vote totals. Further, Regions will provide a day of volunteer service to all organizations in the contest.

Currently, the Gratitude Initiative is in eleventh place, and the Fort Worth Airpower Foundation ranks eighth out of 15 participating nonprofits.

– FWBP Staff


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