Mark your calendar - #GivingTuesday is on November 30, 2021!
Launched by 92nd Street Y in 2012 as a charitable answer to the Black Friday and Cyber Monday retail shopping days, #GivingTuesday is a worldwide movement to encourage giving and celebrate generosity. Harnessing the collective power of charities, businesses, and individuals, the goal of this initiative is to transform how people think about, talk about, and participate in giving all year long -- especially during the holidays.
Whether you participate on #GivingTuesday during the months leading up to it, or as a way to launch your holiday giving campaign, there are many ways for charities, businesses, and individuals to make a difference. To help you get started, visit this page regularly for new resources and ideas from America’s Charities and other industry experts. To receive email updates, subscribe to our CSR Newsletter. Click here to subscribe now. For additional resources, and to create your #GivingTuesday profile, visit the official #GivingTuesday website at www.givingtuesday.org.
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Corporate Giving Guide: Employee Fundraising and Crowdfunding (Source: America's Charities)
Giving Tuesday for Nonprofits: Look Inward, Look Outward and Think Long Term (Source: America's Charities)
7 Ways to Leverage Your Company’s Social Responsibility Initiatives with #GivingTuesday (Source: America's Charities)
31+ Ideas for #GivingTuesday you haven’t thought of (Source: WholeWhale.com)
Board Member Engagement: Extending Giving Tuesday Throughout the Year (Source: Boardable)