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Nov. 20, 2017 10:34 am

Tell us your #GivingTuesday plans

And we'll include them in a roundup next Monday.

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It’s Thanksgiving week, which means Americans are counting their blessings and the do-gooders are planning their do-gooding for the season.

It also means the sixth annual #GivingTuesday is just around the corner. Next Tuesday, Nov. 28, nonprofits around the world will harness the power of social media to jumpstart their year-end giving campaigns. Think of it as the philanthropic answer to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the day on which people encouraged to donate instead of buy.

We already see a bunch of local mission organizations promoting their days of giving:

Next Monday, we’ll publish a longer list of all the local orgs we know of participating in #GivingTuesday. Want to be included? Let us know the way founder Henry Timms intended:

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You can also email longer stuff with links and attachments, if you so desire, to julie@generocity.org. (P.S. We’re taking Friday off, so we may not respond right away!) (Please also take Friday off.)

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