We'll help you...help your favorite charity! Listen to just a few of the 400 charities we will be helping on Giving Hearts Day, coming up Thursday, February 8th...and how you can win a $100 gift card for your choice of the Giving Hearts Day charities! Go to http://www.givingheartsday.org and choose your charity...and let us know why THEY should win! Send me YOUR charity, and why THEY should win (email@example.com)!
About Giving Hearts Day:
Giving Hearts Day is an enormously successful 24-hour give-a-thon in North Dakota and western Minnesota. Since 2008, our generous donors have given $41 million to improving health, stocking pantry shelves for the hungry, providing shelter for the homeless, funding arts performances, providing mentors for at-risk youth and, in countless other ways, making life richer for everyone in our region.
You and your neighbors have made a profound impact in North Dakota and western Minnesota on Giving Hearts Day.We are proud of our community’s support. Nearly 22,000 individual donors generously gave in 2017, but we are just scraping the surface of possibility. There are nearly one million people in North Dakota and western Minnesota. What could we accomplish if even half of them chose to give?
The potential is thrilling.We invite your business to join us in making an even greater impact in our region. There are many ways you can help! Please consider donating, encouraging employees to give back, and building awareness around Giving Hearts Day.
Attract, retain, and engage employees through Giving Hearts Day.When companies show they are dedicated to improving their communities through corporate giving opportunities (like matching gifts and volunteer grants), they are more likely to be considered “employers of choice” that attract and retain valuable, hardworking, and engaged employees.
Giving back brings out the best in people, and we are confident it brings out the best in the business community as well.
Join us in 2018 as we continue to build the most generous region on the planet!
Count me,J. Patrick Traynor, Executive Director