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Congrats to our People’s Choice Finalists!

After an intense period of public voting, our People’s Choice finalists have finally been chosen.

Thousands of you came to our site from Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, e-mails from your friends and all over the web to pick your favorite designs for the future of giving.

Thank you to everyone who voted for giving your voice to this important competition. Together, we’re truly sparking a national conversation about giving for the 21st century. Meet our People’s Choice finalists below!

If you weren’t chosen for People’s Choice, don’t worry. The judging panel will be getting together soon to pick our other finalists and the Grand Prize Winners!
The People’s Choice finalists are…

Tzedakah Box:
Tyson Brady
Tyson Brady
Tyson Brady’s light up tzedakah box adds color and light when each person donates. Wonder if it would turn different colors for different colors? Or could the box light up completely once the “box” has reached it’s fundraising goal? What do you think? Tell us by commenting below!

Web/Interactive:
Kbaumlier-faber
Kbaumlier-faber
Kbaumlier-faber’s website combines game-playing with giving to educate players about different issues and causes around the world and help users earn points that can turn into real giving. What should the games be focused on? Would you play the games to start giving? Tell us what you think.

Out of the Box:
Julie Wohl
Julie Wohl
Julie Wohl’s painting for the Out of the Box category would be combined with a curriculum to educate young people about giving. What paintings have you seen that have inspired you to give? How can education and art be combined to have a conversation about giving? Comment below!

 

 

 

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