Today is Giving Tuesday! Please Support HandsOn and Superhero Volunteers Across the Land!

Posted on November 27, 2012. Filed under: Uncategorized |

In the midst of the chaos of the Holiday Shopping Season there is Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday and now Giving Tuesday.   What is Giving Tuesday you ask?  Giving Tuesday™ is a campaign to create a national day of giving at the start of the annual holiday season. It celebrates and encourages charitable activities that support nonprofit organizations.  People invest so much into the holidays through gifts, decorations and feasts.  Why not make your dollar go a little farther by supporting great local non-profits that support the community year round?

Want to make your dollar stretch even farther?  Consider supporting HandsOn Willamette.  Our reach has extended even farther in 2012 to include Benton and Linn Counties.  We serve over 400 organizations with volunteer recruitment and management support and mobilize a network of over 4000 volunteers.  We also manage the volunteers at 2 Community Homeless Connect events each year and during emergencies like the floods in 2011.  Talk about getting the biggest bang for the buck!

Please include HandsOn in your Giving Tuesday plans.  Help us continue to support the amazing volunteer work throughout the community for years to come.  Consider a gift of $100, but remember every little bit makes a difference.  Thank you for your support.

Click here to make a donation to HandsOn.  Please note, the link will take you to Community Action Agency’s website because HandsOn is a program of Community Action Agency.  Thank you for your support.

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