Winners of Times Union Gives contest

Capital Region Gives $100,000 Giveaway recipients stand for a photo with Times Union publisher George Hearst III, center, on Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2019, at the Times Union in Colonie, N.Y. Pictured in the front row are; Sabrina Mosseau with NYOH Community Cancer Foundatio, left, Karen Carpenter Palumbo, president and CEO of Vanderheyden. On the back row are; James Wezel with Orange St. Cats, left, Erik Fellows with Double H Ranch, Kate Adams of The Sage Colleges, Diane Conroy-LaCivita executive director of Colonie Senior Services Center, Jeannine Garab, executive director Epilepsy Foundation of NENY, Mohawk Hudson Humane Society President Todd Cramer, Barbara Carroll with Whiskers Animal Benevolent League and Rabbi David Eligberg of Temple Israel, right. (Will Waldron/Times Union)

The Sage Colleges was one of 10 nonprofits to win the Times Union’s “Big $100,000 Giveaway.” The winners were selected by votes from Times Union readers.

Sage will receive $10,000 worth of advertising in the newspaper.

According to the Times Union, 26 nonprofits were eligible to win a share of the $100,000 grant and about 22,000 votes were cast.

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