Banking on a Better Tomorrow

Bank of Springfield is giving $5,000 to three charities, one from each of three local areas. We need your help in choosing which to give to! We need you to vote for the charity of your choice from your neighborhood. You can vote once a day so be sure to come back and keep giving your support! 

We've also provided links to each charity's website so that, if you should wish, you can donate as well and help these great causes.

The winning charities will be announced live on Feb. 7, 14, and 21 respectively on the Bud and Broadway morning show on New Country 92.3!

Choose your community below to get started!

About our featured charities

Call for Help

Call for Help equips individuals to overcome crisis, trauma, and homelessness through stabilization, transitional and support programs to help them achieve  their maximum potential for daily living.

Community Interfaith Food Pantry

The Community Interfaith Food Pantry provides food to families throughout the Bellleville and Swansea communities who are experiencing difficulty in meeting the demands of daily living.

Caritas Family Solutions
St. John Bosco Children’s Center

St. John Bosco Children’s Center provides therapeutic residential care for children ages 6-18 who need to heal from the trauma of abuse and/or neglect. 

Vote for YOUR choice!

REMEMBER: You can vote once every day so be sure to come back regularly and vote for your charity of choice as many times as you are able!

Metro East - Swansea, Shiloh Charities

About our featured charities

Edwardsville Neighbors in Need

Through our efforts, we aspire to ease the financial burdens of local families with various needs, while inspiring generosity and goodwill among the residents of our community. In doing so, we ultimately hope to extend the positive impacts of our work throughout neighboring communities as well.

Glen Ed Pantry

The Glen Ed Pantry exists to provide regular, emergency and referral services to people whose household income falls below the Illinois Department of Human Services eligibility guidelines. These services include: food, clothing, rent and utility assistance, school supplies, Christmas and Thanksgiving baskets and referrals for vision and dental care.

Main Street Community Center
Supplemental Food Program

The Center is committed to providing a broad range of group and individual activities and services that respond to the needs and interests of individuals spanning several generations, including older adults, families, caregivers, and other members of the community.

Vote for YOUR choice!

REMEMBER: You can vote once every day so be sure to come back regularly and vote for your charity of choice as many times as you are able!

Glen Carbon, Edwardsville Charities

About our featured charities

The Little Bit Foundation

The Little Bit Foundation is an army of supporters giving, serving and advocating for impoverished children in St. Louis. Our philosophy: when you remove the barriers to learning, you give a child hope for the future and empower them to reach their dreams. Through partnerships with area schools, where we serve as the convener of programs that provide for students' essential needs, we are committed to having a positive impact on each student’s personal growth and self-esteem.

Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition
Grant a Little Wish

The Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition strives to create permanency in foster children’s lives by recruiting and supporting foster and adoptive families in the metropolitan St. Louis region.

Webster-Rock Hill Ministries – Food Pantry

WRHM provides both perishable and non-perishable food items, grocery store vouchers, and referral to other food resources to alleviate hunger in our community.

Vote for YOUR choice!

REMEMBER: You can vote once every day so be sure to come back regularly and vote for your charity of choice as many times as you are able!

Brentwood, St. Louis Charities

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