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Here’s how you can help a homeless family on #GivingTuesday 2018!

November 26, 2018
BridgeCommunities_GivingTuesday_logoTomorrow is #GivingTuesday, and we’re hoping to raise $12,775 in one day. That’s enough to provide one full year of housing for a Bridge Communities family!
     And we have great news to share:  Engineering Systems Inc. will generously match the first $5,000 in donations you make in honor of #GivingTuesday!
     But we can only do it with help from loyal friends like you. Will you join us tomorrow?
Here are five easy ways you can make a difference for a homeless family on #GivingTuesday:
  • Share a post about Bridge Communities. We have lots of shareable #GivingTuesday success stories that you can post on your Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or other social media accounts–click here to download the graphics today!
  • Launch a Facebook fundraiser!Facebook and Paypal are joining to match up to $7 million in donations made to nonprofits tomorrow, making it the perfect time to rally your friends and family. Click here to get started, and be sure to tag Bridge Communities on Facebook, too!
  • Share your “helpie.” Post a pic of your pledge to Give a Tuesday in honor of the families of Bridge Communities. You will inspire others to learn how they, too, can make a difference for a homeless family on #GivingTuesday! Click here to download the printable sign
  • Give a Tuesday. Thanks to our generous match from Engineering Systems Inc., just $35 is enough to house a Bridge family for TWO nights! When you make a donation, you’ll bring a homeless family in from the cold. Click here to donate today!

Thank you for your help–let’s make this the best #GivingTuesday yet!

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