November 30th, 2021 is GivingTuesday! GivingTuesday is a global day of generosity in which nonprofits and their supporters around the world will rally around causes important to them. As part of the Tipi Raisers On a Mission campaign, we're aiming to raise funds on GivingTuesday in support of the four central themes of our work: Indigenous Wisdom, Gen7 Youth, Reconciliation, and Alleviating Poverty.
3 Ways You Can Take Action this GivingTuesday:
Donate to the Tipi Raisers on GivingTuesday through our On a Mission campaign page! Last year, the most commonly donated amount to the Tipi Raisers on GivingTuesday was $30.
Use this matching gift search engine to see if your employer will match your GivingTuesday gift! The tool will provide you with information regarding minimum and maximum match as well as steps on how to get started.
Share our On a Mission campaign page and our Facebook posts with your networks on Tuesday! Utilizing your voice on social media is a great way to support the work we do in Indigenous communities.
Other ways to maximize your impact this GivingTuesday:
Recurring donations can sustain your impact beyond GivingTuesday- consider signing up here. Even donating $5/month is a consistent way to advance the Tipi Raiser's mission!
If you'd like a bright and early start on your giving this November 30th, clickhere to add a #GivingTuesday reminder to your Google Calendar!
Stay tuned on our social media channels for more as GivingTuesday approaches!
The funds we raise on GivingTuesday and throughout the end-of-year giving season will enable us to continue:
Bringing Native and Non-Native youth together to build leadership skills and bridge cultures.
Offering employment, internships and skill building to Tribal members.
Sustaining ongoing provisions of warmth, housing repairs, food and supplies.
Providing volunteers opportunities to do meaningful service work in Indigenous communities.
Advancing our Reconciliation through Education efforts with activities like the Lakota Language Class as well as online and in person cultural presentations and reconciliation dialogues.