VOTE: What is your favorite charitable project in metro Atlanta?

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With the holidays on the horizon, many people think about ways to help others during a time of giving. With the coronavirus pandemic turning communities on their ears, however, more people than ever are in need of help — and have been for months.

Metro Atlantans have been pitching in to provide food, clothing and other assistance to their neighbors in need. In addition to charitable projects that have been around for years, new organizations have formed since the pandemic hit.

Explore100 charitable ways Atlantans can help during the COVID-19 pandemic

This week’s Best of Atlanta poll wants to know: What is your favorite charitable project in metro Atlanta?

Here are your choices:

It’s impossible to include — or even know about — every charity in the area, so if you don’t see your favorite, submit a write-in nominee by emailing your pick to nancy.clanton@ajc.com by 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 4. If enough people suggest your favorite, we’ll add it to our poll.

The winner will be announced Nov. 9.