While many of us will be buying holiday gifts for friends and family during Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the day after Cyber Monday is #GivingTuesday, a day the world has decided to give together! This year, #GivingTuesday is on Tuesday, November 29 and we hope you will help us reach our goal of $5,000.
Our mission is very simple: to provide Hope and Healing for survivors of family violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. This #GivingTuesday we are asking for your help in making that mission a reality. Every dollar donated this #GivingTuesday goes directly to supporting our clients, programs and services. It only takes about two minutes to make a 100% tax-deductible donation to Family Sunshine Center, and no amount is too small to make an impact on the lives of the survivors and families we serve.
How can you participate?
1. Pledge to donate to FSC on #GivingTuesday. We’ve made it easy for you to remember to donate to Family Sunshine on #GivingTuesday. Click the button below to add a reminder to your calendar so you don’t forget!
2. Start a Facebook Fundraiser for FSC! The support of people like you and the powerful tool of Facebook is critical to our mission. The benefits of creating a Facebook fundraiser are numerous. You can encourage donations to FSC in your honor while increasing visibility for FSC’s work and mission by inviting friends to support your fundraiser, learn more about your cause, and donate.
And we’ve made it easy for you to start your own Facebook Fundraiser, just click the button below.
3. Become a social media ambassador for FSC! If you’re not able to make a #GivingTuesday gift, you can still volunteer and help ensure we reach more supporters than ever this year! Follow Family Sunshine on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and share our content with your networks between now and #GivingTuesday.
4. Let the world know that you support FSC this #GivingTuesday! Share this image and let the world know that you support Family Sunshine and our mission of fostering hope and healing for survivors of family violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking through the provision of crisis intervention, safe shelter, counseling, advocacy, and supportive services.