Voting has officially CLOSED for the 100 Days of Giving Back sweepstakes. Thank you to everyone who participated! Below are the winning charities from each round of voting. In addition to the charitable donations, Bellwether also gave out $100 cash prizes each round to five randomly selected voters, with our final grand prize drawing giving away one cash prize of $1,000 and one of $2,500!
Round 1 - Make-A-Wish New Hampshire
Pictured left to right are Bellwether VP of Marketing Lori Holmes, Make-A-Wish New Hampshire Director of Communications Eliza Eaves, Make-A-Wish New Hampshire President/CEO Julie Baron and Bellwether President/CEO Nathan Saller.
Round 2 - Home Health & Hospice Care
Pictured left to right are Bellwether VP of Retail Services Sue Beaubien, Home Health & Hospice Director of Corporate Giving Paula Telage and Bellwether President/CEO Nathan Saller.
Round 3 - The Palace Theatre
Pictured left to right are Bellwether President/CEO Nathan Saller, The Palace Theatre Director of Corporate Development Tammi Graff and The Palace Theatre President/CEO Peter Ramsey.
Round 4 - Make-A-Wish New Hampshire
Pictured left to right are Make-A-Wish New Hampshire VP of Development Donna Parks, VP of Operations and CFO Annmarie Woods, Volunteer Coordinator Olivia Stanas, Bellwether President/CEO Nathan Saller and Vice President of Marketing Lori Holmes.
Round 5 - The Front Door Agency
Pictured left to right are Bellwether Vice President of Retail Sue Beaubien and The Front Door Agency CEO Maryse Wirbal.
Round 6 - SEE Science Center
Pictured left to right are SEE Science Center Executive Director Shana Hawrylchak and Bellwether SVP/COO Jeff Benson.
Round 7 - The Palace Theater
Congratulations to Home Health & Hospice Care and Make-A-Wish New Hampshire for receiving the most votes during the entire 100 Days of Giving Back campaign! Both charities will receive a $1,000 donation from Bellwether.
The remaining charities (Families in Transition, The Front Door Agency, Manchester Boys & Girls Club, The Palace Theater, and SEE Science Center) will all receive an additional $500 donation from Bellwether.