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The global day of giving to celebrate and support the causes we care about most.

12  01  2020

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How is my donation used?

Your gift of $50

Your gift funds 1 month of fall after school programs for a child in Brooklyn's most underserved communities

Your gift of $300

Your gift funds 1 full year of after school programs for a child in Brooklyn's most underserved communities

Your gift of $12.50 

Your gift funds 1 week of fall after school programs for a child in Brooklyn's most underserved communities

Your gift of $150

Your gift funds 1 semester of fall after school programs for a child in Brooklyn's most underserved communities

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Giving Tuesday FAQ

1

What is Giving Tuesday?

 

Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement. On Tuesday, December 1, 2020, people around the world come together for one common purpose: to celebrate and encourage generosity.

2

When is Giving Tuesday this year?

 

GivingTuesday is held annually the Tuesday after Thanksgiving and this year, GivingTuesday takes place on December 1, 2020. It’s held on the same day in most participating countries in the world.

3

How can I participate in #GivingTuesday?

 

Participating in GivingTuesday means that you’re joining a global movement for generosity and there are so many ways to do that. Whether you give your voice, goods, your time, or your money, being generous is a way to fight for the causes you care about and help people in need

4

Does GivingTuesday raise money or collect fees on GivingTuesday?

 

No, all fundraising activities and the funds raised on GivingTuesday are directed by each participating nonprofit organization and processed by the giving platform of their choice.

5

Can I still give even if I don’t have any money?

 

If you are an individual who wants to give back, there are many ways to do so. GivingTuesday is about giving of all types -- some may choose to give a financial contribution to their favorite cause or a fundraising drive, others will opt to reach out to neighbors, start an advocacy campaign, donate goods or extra supplies, share gratitude to frontline workers and those keeping us safe. If you can show generosity and share kindness, you have something to give!