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Community Service Funding Contest

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Online voters will decide which non-profit or not-for-profit agency will receive thousands of dollars in free creative services in an upcoming online contest.

Marketing firm KK Bold is accepting nominations for the "Step Up" community service project.

The campaign will award up to 15-thousand dollars in free creative services from KK Bold.

Organizations can learn how to apply on the agency's website.

After the application deadline, six finalists will be chosen to be in the running for the prize.

A public vote on KK Bold's Facebook page will determine the winner of the services that KK Bold's Stephanie Shoenrock(SHANE-rock) says will be beneficial.

(Stephanie Schoenrock, KK Bold Director of Account Services)"This is just one way that we like to give back. So many times, it's those organizations that just don't have the funding. They need a tool in their toolbox and we'd like to be able to help them out, give them that tool to be able to turn around and make a huge difference."

December 1st is the deadline to apply.

Voting opens on December 5th.

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