Voting is now open for 4good’s January 2014 Charity

Voting is now open!

Which of these 3 charities has your vote for the charity we support in January 2014? (Vote in the poll below)

1) Get Smart Tauranga #CC32065 (
Works with young people in Primary and High Schools for 6-9 week intervention teaching life skills and education on aspects of drugs and alcohol

2) Steiger NZ Trust #CC23856 (
Using music and the arts, we endeavour to help young people 18-35 years old escape out of the rat cage that they feel caught in because of the lies life has told them and find freedom

3) Sassins Kitty Rescue Trust #CC48936 (
Takes in unwanted cats and kittens in the Hawkes bay. Vaccinates, de-sexes, then re-home them to loving, forever homes.

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Which of these 3 charities has your vote for the charity we support in January 2014?

  • Sassins Kitty Rescue Trust (55%, 175 Votes)
  • Get Smart Tauranga (38%, 121 Votes)
  • Steiger NZ Trust (7%, 21 Votes)

Total Voters: 317

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7 thoughts on “Voting is now open for 4good’s January 2014 Charity

  1. Get Smart is dramatically influential in changing the lives of many young adults! Although I care deeply about animals, with all due respect, Get Smart is innovative and genuinely helping troubled people move away from drugs and alcohol. Lives are being mended and healed through heartfelt love, showing respect, assisting with skills, and building self-esteem! This huge in comparison to other noteworthy humanitarian ventures. It is an honor to cast my vote for Get Smart!

  2. Please save lives with Sassins Kitty Rescue, they do an amazing job! So many kittens are getting euthanized at the moment especially at this time of the year, please help Sassins save lives! 🙂

  3. I know animal charities seem to be plentiful, but that’s because there is such a huge need for them in this country. Anyone seeing Auckland SPCA’s appeal on the TV yesterday will know they currently have over 500 cats and kittens and may even have to euthanize some to make space. This is terrible and animal charities need as much as they can get to help de-sex these animals and keep numbers down.

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