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👀 One Lexington nonprofit could win $20,000 from Field & Main Bank

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Field & Main Bank LEX Sept 2023

This initiative is part of Field & Main Bank’s mission to build community and drive prosperity in each and every region it serves.

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Community works best when we all work together. That’s why Field & Main Bank created “Community & Cause,” a brand-new initiative to boost visibility for local nonprofits.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Nonprofits can register online through Friday, Sept. 22.
  2. Lexingtonians can vote for their favorite nonprofit from Monday, Oct. 2-Tuesday, Oct. 31.
  3. The winner will receive a $20,000 award to keep doing good work that matters.

We’ve partnered with Field & Main to help get the word out, so all you have to do to stay updated is keep reading LEXtoday. Register your nonprofit.

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