Over 1,200 votes have been cast in the Super Heroes for Prevention Competition, is yours one of them? Take the time to give back to one of your favorite children’s charities, whether it be PASOs – who is currently in the lead at over 290 votes, – Pendleton Place, or BirthMatters, by voting in our Competition.
The rules are simple, you can vote once every 24 hours for your favorite charity listed here. On May 25 at 5 p.m. voting will end, and four nonprofits across the state- one in the Midlands, the Lowcountry, the Pee Dee and the Upstate – will receive $1,000.
Check out organizations in the lead below:
PASOs – 329 votes – The mission of this organization is to mobilize individuals, families and partners to provide, protect and promote resources for healthy Latino women, children and communities.
Pendleton Place Children’s Shelter – 293 votes – The mission of this organization is to serve abused and neglected children and youth by providing protective shelter and developmentally appropriate care in a nurturing environment.
BirthMatters – 241 votes – The mission of this organization is to reduce disparities in birth outcomes for low-income mothers in Spartanburg and Cherokee County by providing high quality educational and emotional support to pregnant mothers before, during and after birth.
A Child’s Haven – 208 votes – The mission of this organization is to provide therapeutic intervention and prevention services for families and their young children who experience developmental delays as a result of abuse, neglect or poverty.
Remember to check out all the other amazing organizations in the running and vote for your Super Hero, before May 25!