Giving Tuesday 2013
Dec 2 2013

3 ways to celebrate Giving Tuesday


We have a day for giving thanks, a day for getting deals and a day for buying online. Now, a day for giving back! Join the #GivingTuesday movement with CFCA on Tuesday, December 3.

Tomorrow is Giving Tuesday; a worldwide movement that encourages all of us to donate and volunteer.

Today on the blog, we bring you three ways you can join the #GivingTuesday movement with CFCA.

1. Donate to the CFCA Scholarship Fund

In many of the areas where we work, kids and youth can be turned away from school if they can’t afford to pay for a uniform or transportation to school.

A simple $5 bus ticket in Mexico or $20 for a school uniform in India could mean the end of an education for a student.

By donating to the scholarship fund, you give hard-working students a real chance to succeed. Scholars receive assistance with tuition, books, transportation and uniforms. In return, students provide valuable service hours to CFCA projects and serve as positive role models and mentors for younger children.

Donate to the CFCA Scholarship Fund

2. Sponsor a child

Through sponsorship, you can help a child live a more dignified life.

Your monthly donation, about $1 a day, helps lighten the load on a family. A student can go to school, receive food assistance and access health and dental care. Your sponsorship provides these basic needs to a young person and their family.

Make a huge difference with one small click.

Sponsor a child

3. Spread the word on social media

Giving Tuesday is about volunteering, too!

Share our tweets with your tweeps, our posts with your Facebook friends and our photos with your Instagram followers. Leave a comment or share what you are doing for Giving Tuesday and join us in the conversation.

Find us on social media and don’t forget to use the #GivingTuesday hashtag.

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