Are you passionate about wildlife and would like to help support our animal residents here at Tanganyika Wildlife Park this winter? If so, Giving Tuesday 2022 is the perfect opportunity for you to help support us in caring for our animals through the winter when the park is closed! Read on to learn what Giving Tuesday is, why it matters, and how your donation to the Tanganyika Wildlife Foundation will help us save species on the brink of extinction this Giving Tuesday!
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What is Giving Tuesday and why is Giving Tuesday important?
Let’s start by addressing the elephant in the room: What is Giving Tuesday? Established in 2012, Giving Tuesday was created to inspire people to give, celebrate, and spread the word about non-profit organizations and their missions. Often described as a Global Day of Giving, it’s held yearly on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving.
During this day, individuals and families are encouraged to donate their money or time through actions such as volunteering. Since 2012, nonprofit organizations around America have raised over 2 billion dollars during Giving Tuesday.
Giving Tuesday is an opportunity to make a real difference and impact the causes and organizations that people care about the most.
When is Giving Tuesday 2022?
The Giving Tuesday 2022 date is November 29th. Thus, start thinking about which charities and non-profits you would like to support this year. You can check the official Giving Tuesday website for inspiration, the social media hashtag (#Giving Tuesday), or the official Giving Tuesday Logo.
This holiday season—widely known as the season of giving—is the perfect moment for nonprofits to highlight their missions, receive donations and gain new supporters who may not previously have known about these organizations. So why not start making an impact on your favorite charities?
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How to donate on Giving Tuesday?
Giving Tuesday is coming up, and we would like to show you how easy it can be for your organization, friends, or family members to donate this Giving Tuesday!
- Donate some money: Whether it’s a one-time donation or a monthly subscription, there are many ways to give back and make an impact. Thanks to online fundraising, helping out is easier than ever before.
- Donate your time: Volunteering is a great way to get involved in your community, make an impactful difference, and have fun at the same time.
- Donate some food: Donating food may not seem as impactful. But when hundreds of people receive meals they would otherwise have missed, it provides lasting benefits to them and their communities.
- Start a fundraiser: Get your network on board with a new and exciting way to support nonprofits. You might be surprised by how quickly someone will donate if they know their friends are donating too, which means more money goes toward those who need it most!
- Choose a charity online: You can always donate directly to a specific charity through their organization’s website. However, you should consider causes and organizations that have made an impact on your life when thinking of where to start.
- Choose a wildlife organization: As much as people want to be involved in the conservation of endangered species, we know that it can be overwhelming and confusing to figure out how you can make a real difference. If you are passionate about the conservation of endangered species worldwide, look for a non-profit that supports them.
Tanganyika Wildlife Foundation is dedicated to promoting the education and conservation of endangered and threatened species. Endorsed by the most influential figures in the wildlife conservation community, such as Jack Hannah, this foundation has been the pillar of some of the most vital conservation projects in the world, such as protecting the Indian Rhino.
If you would like to make an impact on the future welfare of the most precious animal species in the world, consider donating to the Tanganyika Wildlife Foundation here.