Posted: 27 November 2015

You can make a huge difference on Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday is a fantastic day where social media users around the world take time out to support their favourite charities and celebrate positive changes they can make in the world around them. This year it will be held this Tuesday, 29th November.

Join us and celebrate #GivingTuesday by sharing why you support our work, and encourage your social media friends and family to join you. Whether you ask them to support us by donating, signing up to fundraising events or sharing our videos, it can make a huge difference and help us support more vulnerable children.

And, if you haven't made a donation to us for a while you, why not do that today and then let everyone know why you are supporting us. 

Here are some suggestions for social media posts that you can share with your friends and family, about why you support The Children's Society.

Fundraise for @childrensociety It’s fun and helps vulnerable children & young people have better lives #givingtuesdsay http://bit.ly/1PnjnyR

Join me & raise money for @childrensociety by attending a #christingle event this year. http://bit.ly/1Ni9trE #givingtuesdsay

Join me & raise money for @childrensociety by taking on a physical, baking or singing challenge http://bit.ly/1jtgpdU #givingtuesdsay

GivingTuesday is also a fantastic opportunity for everyone here at The Children's Society to say  a huge "Thank You" to all the organisations, donors, fundraisers, campaigners, volunteers and funders who have supported us over the last year. Without your support we would not be able to do what we do. Follow us on Twitter @childrensociety on November 28th, for #GivingTuesday to find out more about the organisations and individuals who have helped us this year.

Most importantly thank you to the children and young people who let us into their lives and give us the privilege of working with them. You inspire us everyday.

I leave the final word of my #GivingTuesday post, to some of the children and young people we have worked with this year, who took part in our Pot of Gold project.

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