Give back on Giving Tuesday

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The origins of the movement are in New York City, where a cultural center called 92nd Street Y had an idea.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are over, now it is time for Giving Tuesday.

Patti Kilvack of Canadian Blood Services in the Kelowna said Giving Tuesday was a flawless day to remind people of their ability to give blood, something in desperate need at this time of the year, especially immediately after Christmas and New Year's on December 26 and January 1. Nonprofits collect donations throughout the year to keep helping those in need.

Zurbgrugg said in IL, a website has gone up that allows donors to give to their favorite nonprofit or charity organization online at www.ilgive.com, and promoted on social media using the hashtag #ilgive. Take a look at them below and make sure to make your Giving Tuesday as charitable as possible! But how do you get involved and ensure your donations go the farthest?

The Press-Republican has been hearing from numerous local nonprofits in recent weeks about just how crucial donations are to their operations. But if you are going to give money, remember my three golden rules.

What would millennials know about donating to charity?

"Sixty-one percent of millennial parents talk about charity with their children".

He says it's best to support local, established charities and always document your donations.

Taylor thinks the survey results reflect a time of declining trust and urged charities to be open about how their funding is used.

As it is Giving Tuesday, now is the flawless time to think about helping others.

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