Prizes

Do More 24 Delaware

Stretch Pool

Stretch Pool Current Value = $40,000
Donations will be "stretched" thanks to our Stretch Pool Sponsors

Stretch Pool Sponsors


Thanks to our most generous supporters, every organization that raises $5 or more on Do More 24 Delaware will receive matching dollars on a proportionate basis from the stretch pool, thanks to Spur Impact and other community supporters. Your organization's portion of the "stretch" depends on how much is raised in total donations. For example, if your organization receives 3% of the total donations raised by all organizations participating on Do More 24 Delaware, then your organization will receive 3% of the stretch pool. The formula for the stretch pool is: (Individual Charity's Amount Raised / Total Amount Raised on Do More 24 Delaware) x Total Amount in Stretch Pool = Individual Charity's Share of Stretch Pool.
 
In addition to the stretch pool funds, there will be other cash and non-cash prizes awarded throughout the day, thanks to our many sponsors and supporting organizations. 

*We will be calculating these amounts and adding them to the individual nonprofit's fundraising pages as soon as possible.


Hourly Cash Prizes


JPM Chase

Greater Giving Opening Prize
(Total Value $5,000)
Thanks to JPM Chase, beginning at 6:00 PM on Thursday, March 5, the first 20 nonprofits that receive 25 donations each get a bonus of $250. All nonprofits in the event are eligible for the JPM Chase Greater Giving Opening Prize.

JPM Chases Greater Giving Opening Prizes Won By ($250 each to the following 20 nonprofits):
Barbara K. Brooks Transition House
Beau Biden Foundation for the Protection of Children
Blue Demon Athletics
Camp Arrowhead
Cradles to Crayons (Harrison House Community Programs)
Delaware Alliance Against Sexual Violence
Delaware Humane Association
Delta Outreach Education Center
Faithful Friends Animal Society
Family Promise of Northern New Castle County
First State Montessori Academy
Forgotten Cats
Gateway Lab School
Healthy Foods for Healthy Kids
Ministry of Caring (Team Veritext for Ministry of Caring)
Planned Parenthood of Delaware
Read Aloud Delaware
Shepherd's Office
YMCA of Delaware
YourMoney101


Capital One


Home Stretch Prize
(Total Value $3,000)
Thanks to Capital One, from 5:00 PM on Friday, March 6 until 6:00 PM on Friday, March 6, the top 3 nonprofits in each of the small and large nonprofit divisions each will get a bonus of $500. Nonprofits with an operating budget of less than $500K annually are in the small nonprofit division. Nonprofits with an operating budget of greater than $500K are in the large nonprofit division. All nonprofits in the event are eligible for the Capital One Home Stretch Prize.

Capital One Home Stretch Prizes Small Nonprofit Category Winners ($500 each):
Family Promise of Northern New Castle County
Ursuline Academy
Combined Campaign for Justice

Capital One Home Stretch Prizes Large Nonprofit Category Winners ($500 each):
Barbara K Brooks Transition House
YourMoney101
Shepherd's Office

Power Hour Prizes
(Total Value = $5,000, excluding the Greater Giving and Home Stretch Prizes)
With the exception of the Greater Giving Opening Prize and the Home Stretch Prize, the hourly prizes described below will be won by one nonprofit in each of the small and large nonprofit divisions based on the number of donations they receive that hour. Nonprofits with an operating budget of less than $500K annually are  in the small nonprofit division. Nonprofits with an operating budget of greater than $500K are in the large nonprofit division. All nonprofits in the event are eligible for these Power Hour prizes.

Capital One Prime Time Power Hour Winners
Small Nonprofit Category ($250): Shepherd's Office
Large Nonprofit Category ($250): Family Promise of Northern New Castle County

NuPOINT Marketing Midnight Madness Power Hour Winners
Small Nonprofit Category ($250): Barbara K Brooks Transition House
Large Nonprofit Category ($250): Beau Biden Foundation for the Protection of Children

JPM Chase Night Owl 1 Power Hour Winners
Small Nonprofit Category ($250): Barbara K Brooks Transition House
Large Nonprofit Category ($250): Family Promise of Northern New Castle County

JPM Chase Night Owl 2 Power Hour Winners
Small Nonprofit Category ($250): Barbara K Brooks Transition House
Large Nonprofit Category ($250): Family Promise of Northern New Castle County

Capital One Rise and Shine Power Hour Winners
Small Nonprofit Category ($250): Shepherd's Office
Large Nonprofit Category ($250): Planned Parenthood of Delaware

JPM Chase Breakfast Special Power Hour Winners
Small Nonprofit Category ($250): Barbara K Brooks Transition House
Large Nonprofit Category ($250): Family Promise of Northern New Castle County

Capital One Coffee Break Power Hour Winners
Small Nonprofit Category ($250): Barbara K. Brooks Transition House
Large Nonprofit Category ($250): First State Montessori Academy

Capital One Lunch Rush Power Hour Winners
Small Nonprofit Category ($250): Barbara K Brooks Transition House
Large Nonprofit Category ($250): Family Promise of Northern New Castle County

NuPOINT Marketing Afternoon Delight Power Hour Winners
Small Nonprofit Category ($250): Barbara K Brooks Transition House
Large Nonprofit Category ($250): Family Promise of Northern New Castle County

JPM Chase 3 PM Power Hour Winner
Small Nonprofit Category ($250): Barbara K Brooks Transition House
Large Nonprofit Category ($250): Family Promise of Northern New Castle County


United Way of Delaware

Golden Tickets
($4,800 total value)
Thanks to United Way of Delaware and other generous sponsors, we will be awarding two $100 Golden Tickets each hour. These $100 prizes will be awarded at each hour at random, and the winners will be drawn from only those nonprofits that receive one or more donations in that hour. Each hour, one golden ticket will be won by a nonprofit selected from both the small and large nonprofit divisions.

$100 Golden Ticket Prizes Awarded To:
6 PM - 7 PM (Small Nonprofit Category): A Buddy For Life
6 PM - 7 PM (Large Nonprofit Category): Public Allies Delaware
7 PM - 8 PM (Small Nonprofit Category) (Sponsored by DANA): Network Connect
7 PM - 8 PM (Large Nonprofit Category) (Sponsored by Philanthropy Delaware): Newark Day Nursery
8 PM - 9 PM (Small Nonprofit Category): Healthy Foods for Healthy Kids
8 PM - 9 PM (Large Nonprofit Category): Delaware Symphony Orchestra
9 PM - 10 PM (Small Nonprofit Category) (Sponsored by NuPOINT Marketing): Hank's Hope
9 PM - 10 PM (Large Nonprofit Category) (Sponsored by Philanthropy Delaware): Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, Delaware Affiliate
10 PM - 11 PM (Small Nonprofit Category) (Sponsored by DANA): Fund for Women
10 PM - 11 PM (Large Nonprofit Category): Delaware Humane Association
11 PM - 12 AM (Small Nonprofit Category): Shepherd's Office
11 PM - 12 AM (Large Nonprofit Category): Survivors of Abuse in Recovery (SOAR)
12 AM - 1 AM (Small Nonprofit Category): Get Well Map Foundation
12 AM - 1 AM (Large Nonprofit Category) (Sponsored by JPM Chase): Planned Parenthood of Delaware
1 AM - 2 AM (Small Nonprofit Category) (Sponsored by NuPOINT Marketing): Holy Trinity-Old Swedes Church Foundation
1 AM - 2 AM (Large Nonprofit Category): Ursuline Academy
2 AM - 3 AM (Small Nonprofit Category): Network Delaware
2 AM - 3 AM (Large Nonprofit Category): Gateway Lab School
3 AM  - 4 AM (Small Nonprofit Category): Southern Delaware Therapeutic Riding
3 AM - 4 AM (Large Nonprofit Category): Family Promise of Northern New Castle County
4 AM - 5 AM (Small Nonprofit Category): Barbara K Brooks Transition House
4 AM - 5 AM (Large Nonprofit Category)* (Sponsored by JPM Chase): Coalition for Animal Rescue & Education
5 AM - 6 AM (Small Nonprofit Category) (Sponsored by NuPOINT Marketing): Barbara K Brooks Transition House
5 AM - 6 AM (Large Nonprofit Category): Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library
6 AM - 7 AM (Small Nonprofit Category): Pieces of a Dream
6 AM - 7 AM (Large Nonprofit Category): Delaware Humane Association
7 AM - 8 AM (Small Nonprofit Category): Crisis House Homeless Shelter
7 AM - 8 AM (Large Nonprofit Category) (Sponsored by DANA): Brandywine Conservancy
8 AM - 9 AM (Small Nonprofit Category): Wilmington Youth Rowing Association
8 AM - 9 AM (Large Nonprofit Category): Beau Biden Foundation for the Protection of Children
9 AM - 10 AM (Small Nonprofit Category) (Sponsored by JPM Chase): Network Delaware
9 AM - 10 AM (Large Nonprofit Category): Faithful Friends Animal Society
10 AM - 11 AM (Small Nonprofit Category): Children & Families First
10 AM - 11 AM (Large Nonprofit Category): I Am My Sister's Keeper
11 AM - 12 PM (Small Nonprofit Category): Hank's Hope
11 AM - 12 PM (Large Nonprofit Category) (Sponsored by Philanthropy Delaware): Gateway Lab School
12 PM - 1 PM (Small Nonprofit Category): Cradles to Crayons (Harrison House Community Programs)
12 PM - 1 PM (Large Nonprofit Category): United Way of Delaware - Team Can You Do More?
1 PM - 2 PM (Small Nonprofit Category): Milton Community Food Pantry
1 PM - 2 PM (Large Nonprofit Category): West End Neighborhood House
2 PM - 3 PM (Small Nonprofit Category) (Sponsored by JPM Chase):  Cradles to Crayons (Harrison House Community Programs)
2 PM - 3 PM (Large Nonprofit Category) (Sponsored by Philanthropy Delaware): A Better Chance for Our Children
3 PM - 4 PM (Small Nonprofit Category) (Sponsored by Philanthropy Delaware): The Pete du Pont Freedom Foundation
3 PM - 4 PM (Large Nonprofit Category): Pilot School
4 PM - 5 PM (Small Nonprofit Category): Read Aloud Delaware
4 PM - 5 PM (Large Nonprofit Category) (Sponsored by JPM Chase): Sunday Breakfast Mission
5 PM - 6 PM (Small Nonprofit Category): In Wilmington
5 PM - 6 PM (Large Nonprofit Category): Delaware Hospice
*No large nonprofit category nonprofits received donations this hour, so prize was awarded to another eligible random nonprofit from the small nonprofit category

General Cash Prizes


NuPOINT Marketing

Video Engagement Prize (Sponsored by NuPOINT Marketing).
(Total Value $1,000)

Video Engagement Prize. All nonprofits are encouraged to share videos about their nonprofit to shine a light on the critical work they are doing each and every day and tell the world about the important role your nonprofit serves in the Delaware community. Videos will be shared on Facebook at the same time on Tuesday, February 27 and the video with the most views by 12:00 PM on Thursday, March 5, 2020 wins! Exact contest rules have been shared with the nonprofit captains. The nonprofit whose video gets the most views will be awarded $1,000 (and the nonprofit is encouraged to share $500 of the prize with the video creator). All participating nonprofits are eligible for the NuPOINT Video Engagement Prize.

NuPOINT Marketing Video Engagement Prize ($1,000) Won By: Delaware Humane Association

ViaDel Consulting Group


Arts Prize (Sponsored by ViaDel Consulting Group)
(Total Value $1,000)

Arts Prize (Most Donations). The nonprofit in the arts category that raises the most money over the course of Do More 24 Delaware will win a bonus of $500. All nonprofits in the arts category are eligible for the ViaDel Consulting Arts Prize (Most Donations).

ViaDel Consulting Group Arts Prize (Most Donations) ($500) Won By: Delaware Arts Alliance

Arts Prize 2 (Most Donors). The nonprofit in the arts category that gets the most number of donors over the course of Do More 24 Delaware will win a bonus of $500. All nonprofits in the arts category are eligible for the ViaDel Consulting Arts Prize (Most Donors).

ViaDel Consulting Group Arts Prize (Most Donors) ($500) Won By: Pieces of a Dream

United Way of Delaware


Facebook Selfies For Good Prize (Sponsored by United Way of Delaware)
(Total Value $500)

Facebook Selfies for Good Prize. The nonprofit with the highest number of Facebook selfie posts shared to their Facebook page from 3 PM to 5 PM on Friday, March 5 will win a bonus of $500. All nonprofits are eligible for the United Way of Delaware Facebook Selfies for Good Prize. Post counts will be measured by the number of original images posted to Facebook during this time. In the post, an individual or group must: 1) Display a Do More 24 Delaware sign, 2) tag the organization they support (example: @unitedwayofdelaware) and 3) use the hashtag #DoMore24DE. Each original image must contain a different person in order to be counted in your organization's total number of selfies.

United Way of Delaware Facebook Selfies For Good Prize ($500) Won By: Delta Outreach Education Center

United Way of Delaware


Far Far Away Prize (Sponsored by United Way of Delaware)
(Total Value $500)

Far Far Away Prize. The nonprofit that gets an online donation from the furthest distance away from United Way of Delaware's main office in Wilmington, Delaware will win a bonus of $500. The distance will be determined by the donor's billing zip code or address associated with their credit card payment and must be made during the 24 hour fundraising period. All nonprofits are eligible for the United Way of Delaware Far Far Away Prize.

United Way of Delaware Far Far Away Prize ($500) Won By:  Public Allies Delaware (Donation received from Australia)


#MILLSUMMIT

#DoMore24DE Twitter Engagement Prize
(Total Value up to $500)

#DoMore24DE Tweet Prize. Starting at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, March 2, the Millennial Summit will contribute $1 per retweet to the participating nonprofits using #DoMore24DE to promote themselves on Twitter. The original tweet must have been sent after 8:59 a.m. on 3/2, must contain the hashtag #DoMore24DE. Retweets between 9 a.m. on Monday, 3/2 and 9 a.m. on Thursday, March 5 will count. Only the first 500 retweets will count for this prize. Contributions will be made to the nonprofits' fundraising pages once #DoMore24DE begins.

44 Nonprofits Were Awarded $5 or more as part of the #DoMore24DE Tweet Prizes!

Marketing & Other Prizes

 
Wilmington Blue Rocks

Wilmington Blue Rocks Marketing Prizes (3)

(Total Value $6,000)
 
Wilmington Blue Rocks Grand Prize. The nonprofit that receives the most individual donations over the course of Do More 24 Delaware will win the Wilmington Blue Rocks grand marketing prize. The prize will include a half-page ad in the Blue Rocks' game day program for the 2020 season and also two thirty-second radio spots during the Blue Rocks radio broadcasts for the 2020 season. In addition, at a future game of the nonprofit's choice in the 2020 season (subject to availability), the nonprofit will get the use of a luxury suite (including twenty tickets and ten parking passes) and will receive some promotion at that game as well, including an on-site marketing display and the option for one of their attendees to throw the first pitch. Only nonprofits serving New Castle County are eligible for the Wilmington Blue Rocks grand prize.

Wilmington Blue Rocks Grand Prize Won By: First State Montessori Academy
 
Wilmington Blue Rocks Runner Up Marketing Prize. The nonprofit that receives the second most individual donations over the course of Do More 24 Delaware will win the Wilmington Blue Rocks runner up marketing prize. The prize will include a quarter-page ad in the Blue Rocks' game program for the second half of the 2020 season as well as ten field box tickets at a future game of the nonprofit's choice (subject to availability) and similar promotion at that game, including on on-site marketing display. Only nonprofits serving New Castle County are eligible for the Wilmington Blue Rocks runner up prize.

Wilmington Blue Rocks Runner Up Marketing Prize Won By: Delaware Humane Association
 
Wilmington Blue Rocks Mighty Marketing Prize. The nonprofit in the small nonprofit category (operating budget of $250,000 or less) that receives the most individual donations over the course of Do More 24 Delaware will win the Wilmington Blue Rocks Mighty Marketing prize. The prize will include a quarter-page ad in the Blue Rocks' game program for the second half of the 2020 season as well as ten field box tickets at a future game of the nonprofit's choice (subject to availability) and similar promotion at that game, including on on-site marketing display. Only nonprofits serving New Castle County with operating budgets of $250,000 or less are eligible for the Wilmington Blue Rocks Mighty Marketing Prize. If the winning nonprofit won one of the other Wilmington Blue Rocks prizes, this prize will be awarded to the nonprofit that receives the second most individual donations that day.

Wilmington Blue Rocks Mighty Marketing Prize Won By: Delaware Alliance Against Sexual Violence

Beau Biden Foundation


Beau Biden Foundation Child Protection Prizes (3)

(Total Value = $6,000)

Beau Biden Foundation Child Protection Grand Prize. The nonprofit in the kids or youth development category that raises the most money over the course of Do More 24 Delaware will win the Beau Biden Foundation Child Protection Grand Prize. The prize will include: (1) Initial consultation and review of existing child protection policies; (2) Full Shield of Protection™ assessment, covering six policy areas; child abuse prevention training for staff, volunteers and caregivers; and youth programming in basic personal safety, predator awareness, Internet Safety and cyberbullying; (3) State specific Mandated Reporter resource document; (4) An in person "Grooming" seminar at winner's location; (5) Twelve months of one-on-one technical assistance as sites implement best practice polices across all six policy areas. Only nonprofits in the kids or youth development category are eligible for the Beau Biden Foundation Child Protection grand prize.

Beau Biden Foundation Child Protection Grand Prize Won By: Ursuline Academy

Beau Biden Foundation Child Protection Prize (Small Nonprofit Division). The nonprofit in the kids or youth development category (and whose operating budget is less than $500,000) that raises the most money over the course of Do More 24 Delaware will win the Beau Biden Child Protection Prize. The prize will include: (1) Initial consultation and review of existing child protection policies; (2) Develop or strengthen three child protection policies: background check policy, social media policy and employee code of conduct; (3) State specific Mandated Reporter resource document; (4) An in person "Grooming" seminar at winner's location; and (5) Four follow-up technical assistance consultations as sites implement the two new policies. Only nonprofits in the kids or youth development category and whose operating budgets are $500,000 or less are eligible for the Beau Biden Foundation Child Protection Prize. If the winning nonprofit won the Beau Biden Foundation Child Protection Grand Prize, this prize will be awarded to the nonprofit that raises the second most money that day.

Beau Biden Foundation Child Protection Prize (Small Nonprofit Division) Won By: Camp Arrowhead

Beau Biden Foundation Child Protection Prize (Large Nonprofit Division). The nonprofit in the kids or youth development category (and whose operating budget is greater than $500,000) that raises the most money over the course of Do More 24 Delaware will win the Beau Biden Child Protection Prize. The prize will include: (1) Initial consultation and review of existing child protection policies; (2) Develop or strengthen three child protection policies: background check policy, social media policy and employee code of conduct; (3) State specific Mandated Reporter resource document; (4) An in person "Grooming" seminar at winner's location; and (5) Four follow-up technical assistance consultations as sites implement the two new policies. Only nonprofits in the kids or youth development category and whose operating budgets are greater than $500,000 are eligible for the Beau Biden Foundation Child Protection Prize. If the winning nonprofit won the Beau Biden Foundation Child Protection Grand Prize, this prize will be awarded to the nonprofit that raises the second most money that day.

Beau Biden Foundation Child Protection Prize (Large Nonprofit Division) Won By: YMCA of Delaware

IN Wilmington


IN Wilmington Marketing Prizes (3)

(Total Value = $2,000)

IN Wilmington Marketing Grand Prize. The nonprofit that raises the most money over the course of Do More 24 Delaware will win the IN Wilmington Marketing Grand Prize. The prize will include: (1) a feature length article on their nonprofit (or specific initiative of their choice), (2) a featured event listing on website, newsletter and print calendar (if applicable), (3) three months of display advertising on the new IN Wilmington website after it launches, (4) two additional banner ad placements in the IN Wilm weekly e-newsletter, and (5) a $100 social promotion on Facebook and Instagram promoting the article, event listing (or both) (nonprofit's choice). Only nonprofits serving New Castle County are eligible for the IN Wilmington Marketing Grand Prize.

IN Wilmington Marketing Grand Prize Won By: Family Promise of Northern New Castle County

IN Wilmington Marketing Runner Up Prize. The nonprofit that raises the second most money over the course of Do More 24 Delaware will win the IN Wilmington Marketing Runner Up Prize. The prize will include: (1) a featured event listing on website and newsletter, (2) three months of display advertising on the new IN Wilmington website after it launches, and (3) $50 in social promotion on Facebook and Instagram promoting the featured event (or organization if not applicable). Only nonprofits serving New Castle County are eligible for the IN Wilmington Marketing Runner Up Prize.

IN Wilmington Marketing Runner Up Prize Won By: YourMoney101

IN Wilmington Marketing Arts-Culture-Heritage Prize. The nonprofit in the Arts or Museum & Historical categories that raises the most money over the course of Do More 24 Delaware will win the IN Wilmington Arts-Culture Heritage Prize. The prize will include: (1) a featured event listing on website and newsletter, (2) three months of display advertising on the new IN Wilmington website after it launches, and (3) $50 in social promotion on Facebook and Instagram promoting the featured event (or organization if not applicable). Only nonprofits serving New Castle County and in the Arts or Museums & Historical categories are eligible for the IN Wilmington Arts-Culture-Heritage Prize. If the winning nonprofit already won one either the IN Wilmington Grand Prize or the IN Wilmington Runner Up Prize, this prize will be awarded to the eligible nonprofit that raises the second most money that day.

IN Wilmington Marketing Arts-Culture-Heritage Prize Won By: Wilmington & Western Railroad


Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement (DANA)

DANA Board Training Prize

(Total Value $1,200)
 
DANA Board Training Prize. The nonprofit in the small-to-mid sized nonprofit category (operating budget of $500,000 or less) that receives the most individual donations over the course of Do More 24 Delaware will win a free board self-assessment, which includes a written report on the findings and a presentation to the nonprofit leadership plus 2 tickets to the upcoming DANA IMPACT Conference on April 30, 2020. All participating nonprofits with operating budgets of $500,000 or less are eligible for the DANA Board Training Prize.

DANA Board Training Prize Won By: Barbara K. Brooks Transition House
 
Disclaimer
Do More 24 Delaware and its organizers and partners reserve the right to disqualify any nonprofit from participating in the event and/or receiving stretch pool and/ or prize dollars at any time before, during, or after the event, if, in its sole discretion, it believes that there has been a breach of the event's rules and/ or deception on the part of the organization.

WE MAKE NO WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS AS TO THE SUCCESS OF THE DO MORE 24 DELAWARE PROGRAM OR OF ANY INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPANT AND IN NO WAY, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, GUARANTEE ANY RESULTS OR THE AMOUNT OF DONATIONS.