#GivingTuesdayNow is a new global day of giving and unity on May 5, 2020, in emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19.
#GivingTuesdayNow is taking place in addition to the regularly scheduled #GivingTuesday on December 1, 2020.
We've compiled resources, ideas, and tips to help you make the most out of this global day of giving:
Support causes you care about. Click here for a list of high-impact nonprofits, all of whom are vetted, high-impact America's Charities' members, that are responding to the coronavirus pandemic. We will continue to keep this list updated, so subscribe to our newsletter to receive email alerts.
Donate to the Coronavirus Response Fund to simultaneously ensure individuals affected by the pandemic have access to food, while also helping governments around the world immediately respond to the pandemic and strengthen health systems for billions.
Download the #GivingTuesdayNow donor toolkit for ideas on how to participate in #GivingTuesdayNow, messages you can copy, paste and share via social media or email, and how to rally your networks and community.
Become a more informed donor! Subscribe to America’s Charities CSR Newsletter to learn how a broad range of causes are addressing social issues, and how giving through the workplace is an essential avenue for sustainable social impact.
Participate in your company's workplace giving campaign. Workplace giving is an easy and efficient way to make tax-deductible donations to the charities you care about, typically with donations taken directly out of your paycheck. (Donations via credit card, vacation time, and other methods might also be available depending on your employer's program).
Did you know that we are a nonprofit? A donation to America's Charities helps hundreds of causes at once. That's the definition of the ripple effect! Click here to donate to us directly.
Visit our Coronavirus Resource Center for six steps you can take, right now, to help communities impacted by COVID-19 near and far. We are keeping this updated as coronavirus continues its destructive path, so check back often.