"Brackets for Good" offers a top prize of $100,000 nationally for the charity that raises the most money during their 'tournament.'
INDIANAPOLIS -- As March Madness gets fired up another bracket-style challenge is heading into its final three weeks.
Brackets for Good is an Indianapolis-based fundraising tournament for nonprofit charities.
The event pits the charities against each other to drum up donations and for a chance to win a championship grant.
Just like the NCAA’s tournament, Brackets for Good pits higher seeds against lesser “underdog” charities.
Indianapolis is just one of 11 cities across the country hosting a tournament this year. In each of those states, the winning charity will receive a $10,000 grant.
There’s also a nationwide bracket that includes 31 states. The winner of that bracket will win the $100,000 championship jackpot.
The teams currently in the tournament’s “Supported 16” include:
To donate to an organization or keep track of the tournament check out the Indianapolis Brackets for Good bracket and watch the video above to learn more about the tournament.