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When is GivingTuesday?
After Thanksgiving and this year on December 3, 2019.
Millions of people worldwide on this day December 3rd will give back to
make a difference and change for the better in their communities.
It is held on the same day in most participating countries in the world.
A worldwide celebration of philanthropy, generosity and encourage
the spirit of giving in more than 190 countries across the globe,
and 100 local community campaigns in the US.
When so much attention is given to what makes us different,
generosity is what brings people of all races, faiths, and political views
together to inspire taking collective action to improve communities,
give back in better, smarter ways to charities and causes they believe in and
help create a better world.
That's why Autistic Minds has chosen to be part of GivingTuesday
You, too, can join in and make that change!
How big is GivingTuesday?
With activity happening on every country on earth,
GivingTuesday is the biggest generosity movement of all time.
Now in its 8th year and going strong
There are over 200 local GivingTuesday movements happening in the
United States and 60 country campaigns.
In just seven years, the GivingTuesday movement has raised more than
$1 billion online in the U.S. alone.
Stats from 2018
3.6 million online gifts
$380 million donated
$105 average gift amount
14.2 billion social media mentions
150+ participating countries
Source: Giving Tuesday Statistics For Nonprofits
How does my GivingTuesday donation help?
Donations for GivingTuesday will directly support Autistic Minds’ programs and activities
Why are we participating in GivingTuesday?
For Autistic Minds, GivingTuesday is a chance to talk about our values
and why we care so much about the work that we do.
We’ve been able to use GivingTuesday to introduce new people to AUTISTIC MINDS
so that they will become year-round supporters.
Our mission is To enrich and improve the lives of young adults 18+
with ASD (Autism Spectral Disorder), developmental disabilities and IDD
We’re so grateful to our donors and supporters who help make that possible. This #GivingTuesday, help spread the word by sharing why you support Autistic Minds!