2018 Regions What a Difference a Day Makes Contest
Make a difference by voting in Regions’ 2018 What a Difference a Day Makes contest. Nonprofits representing veterans and service members in communities served by Regions have been nominated to win $5,000 and receive 100 volunteer hours from Regions associates.
Learn more about our nominees, and vote once a day for your favorite. Voting opens Nov. 1 and continues through Nov. 30.View Results
H.E.R.O.E.S. Care St. Louis, Missouri
H.E.R.O.E.S. Care is Missouri's largest military family support organization.
Wounded Warrior Project Jacksonville Jacksonville, Florida
WWP believes that warriors deserve timely access to the best care possible to treat the invisible wounds of war.
Three Hots and a Cot Birmingham, Alabama
Three Hots was formed by veterans to help fellow vets get a second chance at life.
Blue Star Mothers of Louisiana Baton Rouge, Louisiana
The Blue Star Mothers organization supports military from enlistment “until they leave this earth.”
Bastion Community of Resilience New Orleans, Louisiana
Bastion is the nation's first intentional community for veterans and their families.
Operation Stand Down Tennessee Nashville, Tennessee
Operation Stand Down empowers veterans transitioning from military service to civilian life.
Alpha Omega Veterans Services Memphis, Tennessee
Alpha Omega Veterans Services helps veterans help themselves.
ForcesUnited Augusta, Georgia
ForcesUnited has served more than 15,000 veterans and their families over the last decade.
Volunteers of America North Louisiana Shreveport, Louisiana
Volunteers of America provides opportunity, promotes dignity and inspires change.
Hoosier Veterans Assistance Foundation of Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana
HVAF is dedicated to eliminating homelessness for veterans and their families.
Military Community Connection Charleston, South Carolina
MCC partners with agencies to streamline services and referrals for veterans.