The Importance of #GivingTuesday in 2020

by | Nov 30, 2020

Despite the cold temperatures, themes during the winter months are warm and optimistic. For example:

  • Thanksgiving: A holiday focusing on gratitude and appreciating what one has.
  • Christmas: A time spent feeling grateful for being with and giving to others.
  • Giving Tuesday: wait, you might ask, what is that?

It’s completely okay if you don’t know the specifics, or haven’t heard of, Giving Tuesday!

Giving Tuesday is a “global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world,” according to its website. And everyone can get involved! If that’s by donating to a charity, volunteering for a nonprofit, or performing random acts of kindness, you can do good this year.

Giving Tuesday is very important for nonprofits because it is a time for charitable donations and significant contributions from the greater public. We at The Charity CFO are proud to work with hundreds of nonprofits every day, and you can view our scope of work on our website here.

This Giving Tuesday, give if you can to the organizations that help make our communities great. With the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been no greater need for nonprofits to continue to help those who may be struggling.

Is your nonprofit hoping to find financial balance after Giving Tuesday? Schedule a time to talk with The Charity CFO and book a FREE STRATEGY SESSION here.

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