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Participate In Giving Tuesday, On Any Budget

The post-Thanksgiving shopping frenzy may be winding down, but as you finish checking off your gift list, consider joining in the Giving Tuesday movement.

November 29th is the global day of giving. Following Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday is often overlooked, but since it’s inception in 2012, this movement grows every year. Celebrate with us and together we can make a real difference.

Similar to Small Business Saturday, one of the best ways to get involved is in your own community. Giving Tuesday organizers share that helping others comes can come in many different forms. Give the gift of your time, donations, goods, or your voice. We’ve put together a list of nonprofits that we admire to get you started that fit any budget.

Starting at the price of a cup of coffee

Haiti

You can provide relief to women and their families in rural Fond Des Blancs, Haiti recovering from Hurricane Matthew. Providing jobs, education, and healthcare, Haiti Projects empowers Haitian women toward self-sufficiency—strengthening an entire community in the process.
Learn more about Haiti Projects, here.

Starting at $10

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You can help lessen the financial and emotional burden for breast cancer patients and survivors. I’mpact One provides essential—but often missing—resources during treatment, recovery and beyond.
Learn more about I’mpact One, here.

Starting at $25

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You can help an individual rise out of homelessness. Back on My Feet combats homelessness through the power of running by helping individuals build a routine and a sense of community, then offers job and housing resources to get them back on their feet for good. Donating $25 can provide a member with a running shirt and shorts so they can get started.
Learn more about Back on My Feet, here.

Starting at $50

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You can help a family access clean water. Wello is tackling a different piece of the global water crisis—transportation. The WaterWheel saves time and physical strain, helping people in rural areas get needed water more easily. Donating just $50 helps give a family a WaterWheel and frees up time to spend together, attend school, or earn money.
Learn more about Wello, here.

Whether it’s Giving Tuesday or any other day, you can help support these organizations as they better lives around the world. Check out more ideas on where to give. And whether it’s your time, talent, or treasure ... cheers to improving our global community.

Happy Giving Tuesday!

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