Giving Tuesday 2023 Resource Center

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Your one-stop-shop for Giving Tuesday success

Follow these steps to plan, prepare, and produce your best Giving Tuesday fundraising campaign yet.

Make a Plan

Giving Tuesday takes place on November 28, 2023. But planning starts now!

Use this downloadable calendar to keep track of important dates, strategic touchpoints, and more.

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Write your appeals

Write your appeals

Writing impactful appeals is a critical part of any Giving Tuesday fundraising strategy.

Craft your own effective appeals with our Giving Tuesday Appeals guide, complete with tips and examples.

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Build your Crowdfunding page

Crowdfunding enables you to use tools like goal meters, donor walls, and social sharing buttons to boost your fundraising efforts.

Create a Donorbox Crowdfunding page that helps you meet your Giving Tuesday goals.

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Guides for Giving Tuesday

Read to find advice that will help you stand out from the crowd.

Giving Tuesday How-Tos

Watch to learn how your nonprofit can flourish on November 28.

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The Nonprofit Podcast

New episodes premiere every Thursday to help you get ready for Giving Tuesday and beyond.

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Crowdfunding Demo

Follow along as we share tips to build an effective crowdfunding page.

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Giving Tuesday FAQs

What is Giving Tuesday?

Giving Tuesday has been making a major impact on nonprofit organizations and the millions of people they serve since 2012. This global generosity movement encourages people around the world to participate in charitable giving. The worldwide day of giving also serves to inspire people to volunteer, donate goods, and perform random acts of kindness in their communities.

When is Giving Tuesday?

Each year, Giving Tuesday falls on the first Tuesday after the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday. Giving Tuesday will take place on Tuesday, November 28 in 2023.

This date was selected to celebrate generosity following the retail sales and consumerism that take place on Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday. It also serves as a global day of giving to kick off the holiday season and year-end fundraising campaigns!

How do nonprofits participate in Giving Tuesday?

There's no need to sign up - just join the conversation! Post on social media using "#GivingTuesday" and encourage your supporters to donate to support your mission on this global giving day.

To give their Giving Tuesday fundraising a boost, many nonprofits develop a crowdfunding campaign encouraging people to donate to their cause on this day, sometimes continuing throughout the holiday season and the end of the year.

Your supporters can share your Giving Tuesday crowdfunding campaign with their friends and families (using "#GivingTuesday" of course!), raising awareness about your mission, the social impact your organization is making, and the positive change you’re creating in the world.

How can crowdfunding help my nonprofit raise funds on Giving Tuesday?

Crowdfunding is a very effective way to raise funds because it utilizes an online donation page to garner support for your nonprofit or community organization on Giving Tuesday. A crowdfunding page allows individuals and groups to share your fundraising campaign with their social networks, inspiring friends, family, and colleagues to contribute and expand your reach.

An impactful crowdfunding page can also raise awareness for your mission while making donors feel appreciated. It also has the potential to inspire your supporters to contribute throughout the entire giving season.

For example, adding a goal thermometer to the page displays your organization’s progress toward reaching your campaign’s fundraising goal. A donor wall enables supporters to post their gifts publicly to encourage other people to give using the power of social proof. And sharing your nonprofit’s story through words and visuals helps showcase the impact a gift can have!