The Miss America Organization is a non-profit organization known for being the nation’s largest provider of scholarship to young women in the United States. The Miss America Organization is comprised of 51 organizations, including all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Contestants in the Miss America pageant have raised over $16 million for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and Miss America scholarships since 2007. Also, the contestants contribute tens of thousands of community service hours per year, each serving their local community.
Miss America is much more than a title, "it’s a movement of empowering young women everywhere to achieve their dreams by providing quality scholarship assistance and honoring their commitment to helping others." Read more at Missamerica.org.
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Miss America Day of Service
Each contestant advocates for an area of community service that is personal and important to their own lives, and upon winning a title contestants become local ambassadors for the National platform, Children's Miracle Network. Miss America Day of Service began four years ago, and calls on contestants to raise fund for Children's Hospitals. In addition, each state chooses a place to volunteer on Miss America Day of Service. In Wisconsin, local contestants visit the Wisconsin Veterans Home in King.
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