In honor of the magazine's 25th anniversary, inRegister will be donating $25,000 to local nonprofits—$5,000 each to five organizations—and the magazine is inviting its readers to select which groups receive the money. The five organizations that get the most online votes between now and Wednesday, Nov. 19, will be selected to receive $5,000 and will also be featured in the January issue of the magazine. Get complete details and cast your vote. The magazine is asking that you encourage local nonprofits to contact their members, volunteers and advocates to get involved and vote online. Voting is limited to one vote per person. Nonprofits must be located in East Baton Rouge Parish, but voters from all nine parishes in the Capital Region are qualified to vote. Be sure to check out the expanded 25th anniversary issue of inRegister, which
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Click here to see a photo gallery by Tim Mueller.By 9 a.m. on a recent Wednesday morning, the line is 30-deep at Hope Ministries' food pantry on Winbourne Avenue in Baton Rouge. Men and women of a range of ages sit on a long bench outside one of the buildings on the former church campus.
Occupation: President/CEO, Capital Area United Way Hometown: Charleston, S.C.Age: 43
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