Local nonprofits unite for GivingTuesday on November 29

JACKSON, Tenn. — Local nonprofits are uniting in honor of GivingTuesday on November 29.

GivingTuesday is the largest global generosity movement encouraging people to transform their communities through acts of kindness and financial giving.

Annually celebrated on the Tuesday immediately following Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it’s an opportunity to pause and give back during holiday shopping.

A news release states since 2020, over 60 nonprofits across the region have came together as #GivingTuesday731, collectively raising over $350,000 for their organizations.

“Everyone has something to give and every act of generosity counts,” stated Matt Marshall, United Way of West Tennessee President/CEO. “This our third time participating in GivingTuesday as GivingTuesday731, and we hope more people join us during this special day as either a nonprofit organization and/or a giver. We believe in the power of collective impact because everyone has
something to give. And their support matters in more ways than one.”

You can visit give731.org to find out how to support your community on Giving Tuesday. More than 35 local nonprofits each have a page to share their current needs and requests.

2022 participants include:

  • A Step Ahead Foundation West Tennessee
  • Area Relief Ministries
  • Aspell
  • Ballet Arts Jackson
  • Boys & Girls Club of Jackson
  • Child Evangelism Fellowship, Greater Jackson Chapter
  • Decatur County CASA
  • Dream Center of Jackson, Inc.
  • EAGLES NEST FAMILY SERVICES
  • Enlightening The Dark
  • Habitat for Humanity of Jackson, TN Area, Inc.
  • Hands Up! Preschool
  • Hardin Animal Relocation and Transition Team (HARTT)
  • Homeschool C.A.R.E. Foundation
  • Humboldt Area Rescue Squad/EMS
  • Jackson Arts Council
  • JACOA
  • Keep My Hood Good Community Campaign
  • Leaders Education Foundation
  • Liberty Garden Park Conservancy
  • Life Choices Dyersburg
  • Lifeline Blood Services
  • Madison County CASA
  • Matthew 25:40, Inc
  • Quinco Mental Health Center
  • Scarlet Rope Project
  • Sisters With Aspiring Goals
  • Tennessee Children’s Home
  • Tennessee Homeless Solutions
  • The Salvation Army
  • The STAR Center
  • Transitions of Dyer County
  • United Way of West Tennessee
  • West Tennessee Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
  • West Tennessee Hearing and Speech Center
  • West Tennessee Legal Services
  • WRAP

Email kcheshire@unitedway.tn.org for more information on participating as a nonprofit or a giver. To read the full news release, click here.

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