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Coastal Bend Day of Giving raised $2.3 million in 24 hours

In one 24-hour period, donors raised $2.3 million during the annual Coastal Bend Day of Giving. The money benefits 46 different charities involved.

A 24-hour period of community giving netted 46 area nonprofits a total of more than $2.3 million during the ninth annual Coastal Bend Day of Giving. Held on Nov. 14 this year, the community-wide event is administered by the Coastal Bend Community Foundation. Donations are made online and by phone to the giver’s favorite charity on the event list.

This year, 6,957 donations totaling $2,369,691 will be divvied up between the following groups:

  • $47,448.41 — Alice Volunteer Services
  • $29,540.72 — American Red Cross Coastal Bend, Texas Chapter
  • $46,875.24 — Aransas County Council on Aging
  • $37,677.31 — Arms Wide Adoption
  • $57,635.11 — Ark Assessment Center & Emergency Shelter for Youth
  • $51,070.51 — Beeville Vineyard
  • $35,087.95 — Behavioral Health Center of Nueces County
  • $38,408.16 — Bethune Day Nursery
  • $39,830.01 — Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Boys & Girls Clubs — Divide one $18,000 match
  • $20,598.39 — Alice
  • $18,793.30 — Kingsville
  • $37,718.01 — Boys & Girls Club of Coastal Bend (Corpus Christi/Robstown)
  • $37,996.51 — CASA of Kleberg County(Brush Country CASA)
  • $49,520.51 — CASA of the Coastal Bend
  • $59,867.22 — Catholic Charities of Corpus Christi
  • $50,063.76 — Charlie's Place
  • $32,728.34 — Children's Advocacy Center of the Coastal Bend
  • $42,287.85 — Communities in Schools
  • $124,763.27 — Coastal Bend Disaster Recovery Group
  • $87,930.89 — Coastal Bend Food Bank
  • $42,624.76 — Corpus Christi Hope House
  • $96,304.15 — Corpus Christi Metro Ministries
  • $36,283.98 — ECF Community Center
  • $30,130.34 — Family Counseling of Corpus Christi
  • $67,978.61 — Family Upreach DBA New Life Behavior Ministries
  • $55,799.56 — Foster Angels of South Texas
  • $128,902.95 — Good Samaritan Rescue Mission
  • $56,187.54 — HALO Flight
  • $40,743.30 — HELP (Hammons Educational Leadership Programs)
  • $40,240.06 — Lead First
  • $41,964.84 — Mission 911
  • $56,100.06 — Mission of Mercy
  • $47,256.30 — Mother Teresa Shelter
  • $52,720.70 — Odyssey After School
  • $42,370.52 — Palmer Drug Abuse Program
  • $75,461.87 — Pee Wees Pet Adoption World & Sanctuary
  • $66,064.22 — Rockport-Fulton Good Samaritans
  • $65,797.29 — Salvation Army
  • $40,469.32 — Tennis Success
  • $51,164.49 — Timon’s Ministries
  • $37,544.77 — Wenholz House
  • $45,850.55 — Wesley Community Center
  • $52,942.95 — West Side Helping Hand
  • $70,279.65 — Women’s Shelter
  • $42,617.55 — Youth Odyssey
  • $40,049.20 — YWCA

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