Vote for Your Favorite Charity in KOOL 101.7’s Vote to Give
Four Twin Ports charities are looking for your votes to win an advertising package from KOOL 101.7. Simply read and learn more about each charity and place votes for your favorite, the winning charity will get a $2500 advertising package from KOOL 101.7 to promote their cause and generate donations, but all the charities are winners! 2nd place gets $1500, 3rd $1000 and 4th $500.
Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank provides food to over 43,000 people in need throughout NE Minnesota and NW Wisconsin each year. With the help of volunteers, food and financial donors, Second Harvest rescues and distributes over 4.3 million pounds of nationally and regionally donated food or enough food for 3.5 million meals for Northland residents in need.
he Duluth Children’s Museum is a place where children begin their lifelong exploration of an ever-expanding world. The mission of the Duluth Children’s Museum is to spark children’s curiosity. The next big move for the Museum is currently underway. In December of 2009 the organization purchased the Duluth Malt and Brewing building on Helm Street in West Duluth. This transition, when complete will provide more than 28,000 square feet of exhibit, program and facility space for the Duluth Children's Museum. The vision for the new facility includes a green rooftop which will serve as an educational tool. The Duluth Children’s Museum serves more than 80,000 children, caregivers and educators annually through its exhibition and education programs. The museum’s primary constituency is children age three to eight and their families. The extended constituency is children birth to three and children eight to twelve and family members.
The Northern Lights Foundation provides funds to families of children with life-threatening or debilitating conditions. The money can be used to help with medical costs, travel costs, or as needed by the family. Our mission is to grant wishes and distribute funds that address the needs and wishes of Northland children – and their families – with life threatening conditions.
Over the last 50 years, Animal Allies Humane Society has earned the reputation as the leading protector of companion animals in the region. Today, Animal Allies continues to raise the bar in animal sheltering: placing more stray and abandoned animals in adoptive homes, providing assistance for more cat and dog spays/neuters, and educating more schoolchildren than any other humane organization in northern Minnesota and northern Wisconsin.