Black Friday and Cyber Monday are fun. But there’s one more thing you can be excited about.
It’s Giving Tuesday, a global charity movement that encourages individuals and organizations to donate and help.
In this post, we’ll share 7 sound reasons to join this movement and share information about the non-profits you can consider donating to.
If you are ready for the next step, here’s a list of nonprofits that operate in various spheres. From healthcare to education and from fighting hunger to building houses.
TechnoServe’s mission is to reduce poverty through running businesses in a smart way and earning a decent income.
Union Gospel Mission works towards solving the problems of homelessness, malnutrition, and providing people in need with life-saving resources.
Brooklyn Music School’s mission is to bring together music enthusiasts and help them experience the joy of music.
GeoVisions Foundation provides travel, internship, work, and career development opportunities abroad.
PSL offers senior living and retirement services and helps older adults receive care and support. They have more than 6,000 seniors who live in 30 locations.
SRF’s mission is to provide research on how other professionals can make societies better. They help business owners, architects, developers, designers to create stronger business and more navigable cities.
Addiction Policy Forum increases awareness about addictions and disorders, helping people get rid of addictions that usually turn into serious health problems.
Avesvad is a healthcare organization that fights against tropical skin diseases that exist in Sub-Saharan Africa.
For The Love Of Alex, Inc provides emergency funding for urgent and lifesaving care of pets of low-income families.0
Solutions for Change works towards solving homelessness issues permanently. They provide counseling services, parenting classes, employment training so that parents can provide their families with basic solutions and avoid poverty.
MSCPA brings together 10,000+ accounting professionals so they connect and develop in their profession. The Society helps through peer review, advocacy, membership.
SeriousFun Network organizes camps for children that suffer from serious illnesses and need to gain more confidence. After the camp, children become more confident and independent and parents see positive changes in their behavior.
TLHA provides care through its services and programs that help seniors and individuals with special needs.
Keep Memory Alive supports research and clinical programs that battle memory disorders.
MAP International reaches more than 13 million people worldwide who are in need of medicine and health supplies. MAP also helps people who have suffered from natural or man-made disasters.
Eskaton offers memory care, home healthcare, nursing, home support and management services for older adults.
edX is the trusted platform for education and learning. Founded by Harvard and MIT, edX is home to more than 20 million learners, the majority of top-ranked universities in the world and industry-leading companies. As a global nonprofit, edX is transforming traditional education, removing the barriers of cost, location and access. edX was founded with a mission focused on three central pillars: 1. Expanding access to high quality education to everyone, everywhere 2. Reimagining education both on-campus and online 3. Improving teaching and learning outcomes through research
Apicha team members are specialized in providing services to vulnerable groups of people, especially ones from the LGBT community and people affected by HIV/AIDS.
ADDF’s mission is to discover drugs that prevent and cure Alzheimer’s disease. They fund Alzheimer drug discovery programs and clinical trials in 20 countries.
Idaho Youth Ranch helps young people who suffer from abuse, unemployment, or unhealthy relationships. After engaging with Youth Ranch program, young people are able to quit drugs and alcohol, get employed, acquire friends, stay positive.
World Bicycle Relief delivers bicycles to people in need so they are able to accomplish their daily tasks - go to school, receive healthcare, deliver goods to market.
First Things First offers classes and events for dating, engaged, and married couples to build stronger relations. They also offer resources for parents, fathers, schools, and churches to communicate effectively.
Food for the Hungry fights issues from malnutrition to poverty and operates in areas such as agriculture, education, health, and spiritual development.
Volunteers of America provides services from affordable housing, behavioral and mental health to moral injury support. They also help people with disabilities and basic needs and older persons who seek care.
Vitamin Angels is a charity for mothers and children and fights one big problem - malnutrition. They reach tens of millions of children in 70 countries, providing them with vitamins that reduce preventable illnesses, blindness, and death.
St. Vincent’s Medical Center works towards meeting the needs of sick, homeless, poor in the Greater Bridgeport Area. They provide health education, wellness programs, cancer screening and more.
Safe Horizon supports victims of violence, crime, and family abuse, helping them to find their way from crisis to confidence.
INFORMS is a group of professionals who operate in the sphere of operations research, analytics, and management science for the betterment of society and the world around us. These professionals from around the world turn data into information, information into knowledge to help save lives, save money and solve problems.
Church of God’s mission is to teach people about Christ’s disciples, Bible, and everything that will lead to a more purposed life.
Illinois Policy Institute helps Illinois residents to eliminate their issues in areas such as budget and tax, jobs and growth, education, and healthcare. They educate citizens about the principles of transparent government, economic policies, opportunities for children for the future.
Tampa Prep is one of the innovative schools in Florida that helps 6th-12th-grade students in Tampa Bay. They offer a non-standard and flexible approach to education, encouraging children to ask questions, explore, and become innovators.
Otterbein’s mission is to provide quality living conditions for older persons and help them live the life they choose. The nonprofit offers its residents various services, from memory care to home health and beyond.
CURE serves children who have disabilities and need protection from abuse. Their mission is to cure children so they become full members of their families, schools, and societies. CURE cares both about children’s physical and spiritual health.
Child Care of Southwest Florida has a team of about 100 members who work with preschool children and take care of them. They support vulnerable kids so they prepare for success both in school and life effectively.
Baltimore Humane Society works towards providing shelter for homeless animals. They are trying to raise public awareness about pet issues and encourage people to treat animals in a humanistic way.
Bethany supports vulnerable children in the U.S., refugees, and families around the world. You can support Bethany both locally and globally, sponsor a global family or even volunteer.
Listen and Talk helps children with hearing loss and helps them learn through spoken language. Their programs include language therapy, audiology, and more.
Amor provides an opportunity for travelers to visit a new country and build a house for a family in need in just 3 days.