Kentucky Nonprofit Network Encourages 24 Hours Of Giving

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Updated: 4/22/2013 10:18 am
Kentucky Nonprofit Network, Inc. is hosting Kentucky Gives Day Wednesday, April 24th.

Donors will have 24 hours to give to 378 charities from across the state in an effort to raise as much money as possible and allow every Kentuckian to support causes they care about.

Nonprofits that raise the most money throughout the day or during certain periods will be eligible for cash prizes.

Many also have matching gifts available that will double the impact of online donations.

You can participate in Kentucky Gives day by clicking here.
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