#GivingTuesday is November 28th, and we have something super in store for 2017’s global day of giving. This year, we’ll harness the power of our GKTW Family and social media to make our greatest impact to date.
That’s where you come in. We’re calling on you and your superpowers to be a hero for the brave kids we serve. We need your help to inspire others to suit up and join us as superheroes!
Only you can share your unique story with your network of change-makers. But we don’t expect you to do this alone. Attached, you’ll find our super tools:
Many of our greatest memories are made with the children in our lives, whether it be our children, nieces, nephews, or grandchildren, center around the holidays; there is something truly magical about this time of year. Unfortunately, some families only have a limited time to make incredible memories with the children in their lives, since many children are fighting a critical or chronic illness.
According to America’s Charities’ Snapshot 2017 report, nearly 71 percent of workplace donors say that they want to work for employers who have missions and values that align with their own personal values. What’s more, nearly 6 in 10 workplace donors say they want to work for companies where the culture supports giving and volunteering.
When it comes to annual check-ups we make it a priority to visit the doctor, dentist or even a vehicle inspection. Although many of us put it off as long as we can, or even avoid it all together. Why? Fear of bad news, fear of being judged, fear of costs, fear of change…the list goes on. But check-ups are necessary and good for us. The same holds true with your employee giving program. No better time than now to get started. Not sure where to begin?
Planning your next big employee charitable giving campaign? Trying to think of some fresh, new ideas for engaging employees and putting the "fun" back into fundraising? Draw some inspiration from the infographic below and use the following timetable to help plan your campaign activities:
Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) is a nonprofit, interdenominational organization in Appalachia committed to serving people in need through self-help human service programs. They are creating a community of care through a network of programs and services.
While it often feels like one individual’s actions doesn't have an impact on the big picture, the truth is that we all have the power to make a difference and influence change. In fact, the majority of giving (at least 71% of total annual donations) is from individuals.
As the year comes to an end, you are likely wrapping-up your employee giving program activities. But what exactly does wrapping up your program entail? How you wrap-up 2017 can have a big impact on your success in 2018. Here are some tips and things to consider as you close out your 2017 program.