StyleBlueprint loves Atlanta and we are so excited to host this amazing $5,000 charity giveaway! Dreams are coming true with the help of our friends at Mednikow Jewelers, the sponsor of this giveaway and Atlanta’s go-to place for gorgeous jewelry for all your special occasions.

We love our readers and this city. We wanted to give back in a big way and with Mednikow, it’s happening, right now, right here and YOU get to decide which charity will win the final grand prize of $5,000! After three rounds of votes, we are down to our final three charities. This is it … the charity with the highest votes at the end of this round will have their holiday dreams come true with a check for $5,000!

VOTE TODAY and SHARE THIS article to ensure your friends vote, too! (Ballot below the descriptions of these three charities.)

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The three charities are:

Arthritis Foundation

1,814,000 of Georgia residents suffer from arthritis and the Arthritis Foundation is “focused on finding a cure and championing the fight against arthritis through vital information, advocacy, science and community.” While this foundation continues to research finding a cure, they will use this $5,000 to send 12 local kids to juvenile arthritis summer camp next year! A vote for the Arthritis Foundation will bring big smiles for sure!

 

Malachi’s Storehouse

For 25 years, Malachi’s has been serving Atlanta. In the past year, they have provided groceries to 40,000 people! On top of providing groceries, Malachi’s serves up a hot food lunch to those in need. As an outreach program of St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, $5000 will provide groceries for 5,050 more people. Help this fabulous organization help others with your vote!

 

Susan G Komen of Greater Atlanta

Who doesn’t know someone affected by breast cancer? This is a statement that Susan G Komen is looking to eradicate. While a national organization, 75% of all funds raised by the Atlanta chapter stays right here, in Atlanta, to fund breast health programs for those who would not otherwise have access to such screening and treatment. 25% of the total funds raised support their national Komen Foundation Award and Research Grant Program. Stats from 2014-2015 show that Komen Atlanta helped more than 110,000 Atlantans through educational outreach and Worship in Pink, detected 73 breast cancers, provided support services for 350 survivors and provided 9,500 clinical breast exams, mammograms and diagnostic services. Komen is dear to the people of Atlanta and they want your vote, too!