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Regions’ What a Difference a Day Makes Contest

In recognition of April as Financial Literacy Month, Regions is highlighting nonprofits that help people learn how to manage money successfully. Check out their stories, and vote for your favorite once per day. Your votes will lead to financial grants of up to $5,000 from Regions in support of these nonprofits. Each nonprofit will also receive a day of volunteer service from Regions associates.

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Capstone Adaptive Learning and Therapy Centers, Inc. Pensacola, Florida

Capstone Adaptive Learning and Therapy Centers' mission is advancing independence for children and adults who have a spectrum of abilities and disabilities.

Junior Achievement of Chattanooga, Inc. Chattanooga, Tennessee

JA features interactive programs that help students learn through personal experience.

Knoxville Area Urban League Knoxville, Tennessee

Our goal is to build a strong bridge between education and work.

Junior League of Birmingham, Inc. Birmingham, Alabama

The JLB is engaged in improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.

Avenue Houston, Texas

Avenue’s mission is to build affordable homes and strengthen communities.

Adopt-A-School: Collins-Riverside Middle School Tuscaloosa, Alabama

We exist to educate, empower and enable all to become respectful, responsible and resilient in an ever-changing world.

Indianapolis Urban League, Inc. Indianapolis, Indiana

The Indianapolis Urban League offers services and programs under the five pillars of empowerment strategy.

Central Florida Urban League Orlando, Florida

The mission of the Urban League is to assist Central Floridians in achieving social and economic equality

Connections to Success St. Louis, Missouri

Our vision is to be the leader in empowering individuals in their transformation to economic independence.

Georgia Council on Economic Education Atlanta, Georgia

Our singular focus is on helping Georgia schools teach the state-mandated standards in economics and personal finance.

Pathfinders Fort Worth, Texas

What sets Pathfinders apart is our dedication to transforming the lives of the vulnerable and poor across Tarrant County.

City Year Jacksonville Jacksonville, Florida

Building democracy through citizen service, civic leadership, and social entrepreneurship.

Palmer Home for Children Columbus, Mississippi

Palmer Home provides superior care for children while introducing the love of God through service.

Village of Promise, Inc. Huntsville, Alabama

Breaking the cycle of poverty, one family at a time, using a two-generational approach to making societal change.

Branches Miami, Florida

Branches provides opportunities for working poor families to help them and their children become better educated and more financially stable in the long-term.

Christian Services Inc. — THRIVE Hattiesburg, Mississippi

Breaking the shackles of bondage through the Living Word.

Junior Achievement of Arkansas Little Rock, Arkansas

JA’s scalable, hands-on programs give K-12 students the opportunity to improve their financial capability.

Communities in Schools of Georgia in Marietta/Cobb County Atlanta, Georgia

Surrounding students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.

© 2019 Regions Bank. The 2019 Regions Bank What a Difference a Day Makes Grant Award Contest voting period begins 04/01/19 and ends 04/30/19 at 5:00:00 p.m. (CT). NO PURCHASE, PAYMENT OR DONATION REQUIRED IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN CONTEST VOTING – SPONSOR IS NOT SOLICITING DONATIONS OF ANY KIND ON BEHALF OF ANY OF THE CONTESTANTS. Participation in Contest voting is limited to U.S. residents 16 years of age or older residing in one of the following states: AL, AR, FL, GA, IA, IL, IN, KY, LA, MS, MO, NC, SC, TN, and TX. Limit one (1) vote per person per day. The one (1) Contestant with the most votes in the Contest voting will receive a Grand Prize Grant Award from Sponsor consisting of a $5,000 grant and 100 hours of volunteer service provided by Sponsor volunteers (ARV: $5,000). All Contestants (other than the Grand Prize Grant Award winner) will each receive an Honorable Mention Prize Grant Award consisting of a $500 grant and 50 hours of Sponsor volunteer service (ARV: $500). In the event that an Honorable Mention Prize Grant Award winner receives three thousand (3,000) or more votes in the Contest voting, that Contestant will also receive a Highest Honors Grant Award consisting of a (bonus) $500 grant (ARV: $500). Sponsor: Regions Bank, 1900 5th Ave. N., Birmingham, AL 35203. | Regions and the Regions logo are registered trademarks of Regions Bank. The LifeGreen color is a trademark of Regions Bank.