Brackets For Good Expands Again

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The Humane Society For Hamilton County won the 2015 Indianapolis tournament. The Humane Society For Hamilton County won the 2015 Indianapolis tournament.
INDIANAPOLIS -

Indianapolis-based Brackets For Good is growing again. The organization, which helps nonprofits raise funds through a bracket-style tournament, is bringing the event to three new markets this year.

Brackets For Good will hold events in Ann Arbor, St. Louis and Minneapolis this year. It held its first contest in Indianapolis in 2012 and recently expanded to Louisville. Since its first Indy tournament, the organization says it has helped raise more than $1.3 million for local charities.

Indianapolis-based Brackets For Good continues to grow. The charitable organization, which helps nonprofits raise money through bracket-style tournaments, is expanding to Ann Arbor, St. Louis and Minneapolis in 2016.

The tournaments begin February 26, with the final round ending on April 1. Last year's events raised $571,383 in Indianapolis and $252,925 in Louisville.

You can see more about the Indianapolis tournament by clicking here.

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