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KAKEland Cares & DeVaughn James Injury Lawyers are looking for local non-profit organizations that deserve a WIN!

Every Sunday night during KAKE News at 10:00 PM, KAKEland Cares and DeVaughn James Injury Lawyers will award a “Wins for Kansas” $500 grant to a deserving non-profit organization in the Wichita area. With this program, local organizations receive community wide recognition for the ways they support, motivate and give back.

Eligible nominees include non-profit organizations in Wichita and the surrounding areas that have a positive impact on our community, whether large or small. We’re looking for organizations that demonstrate adding greater value and resources to individuals and our community.

Nominate your favorite non-profit group today. And don’t forget to tune in every Sunday night at 10:00 p.m. and Mondays during Good Morning KAKEland at 9 a.m. to learn who received a WIN from DeVaughn James Injury Lawyers & KAKEland Cares.

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