January 2022 winner League of Women Voters of NC

Charitocracy's 65th check to January winner League of Women Voters of NC for $1102

We have good news about January winner League of Women Voters of NC, right after this quick update...

Big Thanks to our Board of Directors!

Last week my son and I were caught in some bad weather while traveling overseas, and it caused me to miss the Charitocracy board's annual meeting. We actually meet quarterly, but this is the "big one" each year. So I just wanted to post a big public thank you to the board for being so flexible and understanding. I value your time immensely, so thanks for rallying with a quick reschedule for next week. We'll have a great meeting, as usual, and it'll surely refuel me for another productive 3 months of keeping Charitocracy chugging along. I have a strong feeling big things will happen in 2022! Thanks to our board, and all of you, for being a part of the magic here. ❤️

January 2022 winner League of Women Voters of NC

Last night we named Charitocracy's 65th monthly winner. Congratulations to League of Women Voters of NC, nominated by donor John Towler. They encourage active and informed participation of citizens in government and understanding of major policy issues. You can find their website here.

Now you have a week to further sweeten the pot with a special one-time donation of any amount, which we'll add straight to the check we write to LWVNC next week. (We've received one nice juicy one already, thanks!)

So finally check out this quick hello from the Dare County League of Women Voters of NC (same home base as Charitocracy OBX). Then feel good about your part in our collective $1102+ grant to support LWVNC's ongoing work.

Have a great February and be sure to log into Charitocracy to update your votes or nominate a new cause!

One thought on “January 2022 winner League of Women Voters of NC”

  1. A HUGE thank you to Charitocracy and all the people who donated us to become your January winner! We will use these funds to continue our fight for ERA as well as voting rights for all the people of North Carolina!
    Jo Nicholas
    President, League of Women Voters of North Carolina

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