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PRIZES

 
Each year, thanks to our generous of partners, we’re excited to offer a range of opportunities for nonprofits with GAgives.org profiles to compete to win a variety of prizes, further engaging the community and amplifying their campaigns. Learn more about this year’s line-up – from Power Hours to Golden Tickets and Leaderboards – and check back for updates after #GivingTuesday, when we’ll announce the winners right here!

 

2017 Prize Winners

 

Gas South Fuel for Good Challenge 

Leaderboard 1st Place | Enduring Hearts
Leaderboard 2nd Place | Global Village Project
Leaderboard 3rd Place | New American Pathways
Leaderboard 4th Place | The Methodist Home for Children and Youth
Leaderboard 5th Place | Our House


Arby’s End Childhood Hunger Challenge 

Power Hour | 7am – 8am | Open Hand Atlanta 
Power Hour | 12pm – 1pm | MUST Ministries
Power Hour | 1pm – 2pm | Open Hand Atlanta
Power Hour | 5pm – 6pm | MUST Ministries
Power Hour | 6pm – 7pm | HealthMPowers


Work for Good Power Hours

Power Hour | 8am – 9am | Sunshine on a Ranney Day
Power Hour | 10am – 11am | Good Mews Animal Foundation
Power Hour | 12pm – 1pm | Furkids
Power Hour | 2pm – 3pm | Girl Talk, Inc.
Power Hour | 4pm – 5pm | Angels Among Us Pet Rescue
Power Hour | 5pm – 6pm | Fix Georgia Pets 
Power Hour | 6 pm – 7 pm | Wesleyan College
Power Hour | 8pm – 9pm | Furkids
Power Hour | 10pm – 11pm | Furkids


Georgia Center for Nonprofits Golden Tickets

Golden Ticket | 9am – 10am | Marlene O. for Lifeline Animal Project
Golden Ticket | 1pm – 2pm | Hanora R. for Canine Cellmates
Golden Ticket | 3pm – 4pm | Michael D. for 4Sarah, Inc.
Golden Ticket | 9pm – 10pm | Elizabeth H. for Mostly Mutts Rescue & Adoption Inc.
Golden Ticket | 11pm – 12am | Aaron S. for International Community School


#UNselfie Contest

First Place:
Live Arts Theater
Second Place:
Men Stopping Violence
Third Place:
Ahimsa House

 

2017 Prize Rules


Work for Good Power Hours

$9,000 in prizes



All participating nonprofits registered on GAgives.org are in the running for one of nine $1,000 Power Hour prizes, awarded to the nonprofit with the highest number of unique donors over each of the following hours:

8 am – 9 am 
10 am – 11 am
12 pm – 1 pm
2 pm – 3 pm
4 pm – 5 pm
5 pm – 6 pm  
6 pm – 7 pm
8 pm – 9 pm
10 pm – 11pm

To qualify for Power Hours, donations must be at least $25 and made through GAgives.org.
 
unique donor is defined as a single individual or entity making a donation via the GAgives.org website, identified by a unique email address. For purposes of awarding prizes, multiple donations from one donor to the same nonprofit will count as one gift (and thus as one unique donor).

 
Gas South Fuel for Good Challenge

$5,000 in Leaderboard Prizes
 

The Gas South Fuel for Good Challenge is open to nonprofits registered on GAgives.org with significant programming focused on Children in Need, including those dealing with poverty, undereducation, or serious illness; examples include initiatives that meet basic needs, educate, or assist in recovery, treatment, or quality-of-life.
 
The five nonprofits with the most dollars raised will be awarded:
 
$2,000 for 1st place
$1,500 for 2nd place
$750 for 3rd place
$500 for 4th place
$250 for 5th place
 
To qualify, organizations must:

- Deliver significant programming that directly addresses the area of Children in Need (as defined above), and selected the focus area “Children & Youth” in their GAgives.org registration.
- Raise a minimum of $2,500.
- Promptly add GasSouth2017 to the ”Keywords” field on your GAgives.org profile. (This adds you to the Gas South Leaderboard on our home page.)
- Mention the Challenge by name on your profile page and include the Gas South logo.
- Promote their participation in the Challenge on social media channels using the hashtag #GasSouthFuelForGood.

Most dollars raised includes all monies received between Nov. 1 - 28 through the GAgives.org website, including cash and check donations received and recorded on your GAgives account during that period.

Winners will be selected from among eligible organizations to be confirmed after Nov. 28. GCN and Gas South reserve the right to determine eligibility. Inclusion on the Leaderboard is not confirmation of eligibility.


Arby’s End Childhood Hunger Challenge

$5,000 in Power Hours 
 

Recognizing nonprofits focused on childhood hunger programs, Arby’s End Childhood Hunger Challenge Power Hours award five $1,000 prizes to nonprofits registered on GAgives.org with the highest number of unique donors during the hours of:
 
7 am – 8 am (breakfast) 
12 pm – 1 pm (lunch)
1 pm – 2 pm (lunch) 
5 pm – 6 pm (dinner)
6 pm – 7 pm (dinner) 
 
To qualify for the Challenge, donations must be at least $25 and made through GAgives.org; in addition, nonprofits must:

- Deliver significant programming that directly addresses the area of childhood hunger, and selected the focus area “Children & Youth” in your GAgives.org registration.
- Promote your participation in the Challenge on social channels using the hashtag #ArbysEndChildhoodHunger

unique donor is defined as a single individual or entity making a donation via the GAgives.org website, identified by a unique email address. For purposes of awarding prizes, multiple donations from one donor to the same nonprofit will count as one gift (and thus as one unique donor).


Georgia Center for Nonprofits Golden Tickets

$1,000 in prizes
 

All participating nonprofits registered on GAgives.org are in the running to win one of five $200 Golden Tickets, each awarded to one nonprofit, selected at random, that received a donation within the following hours:
 
9 am – 10 am
1 pm – 2 pm
3 pm – 4 pm
9 pm – 10 pm  
11 pm – 12 pm
 
Eligible donations must be at least $25 and made through GAgives.org. There is a limit of one Golden Ticket per organization.