Giving Tuesday 2020

On November 27, 2018, take some of your savings from four days of gluttonous spending over the Thanksgiving weekend with a donation to a charitable organization. On #GivingTuesday, thousands of nonprofits will be fundraising to support themselves for the next year.

When is Giving Tuesday 2018?

Giving Tuesday is the first Tuesday after the Thanksgiving weekend (as celebrated in the United States). It follows immediately after Cyber Monday. Although some organizations have promoted #GivingTuesday as the first Tuesday in December, an early Thanksgiving will actually push the date in November for the next few years.

The official US Giving Tuesday website is has already posted the date as November 27, 2018.  For additional years, visit our page on Giving Tuesday dates.

Countdown to Giving Tuesday:



You can make a difference.

Giving Tuesday has helped raise over $100 million for worthwhile causes across the country.  Learn more from the information that we have gathered on the movements results.

Suggested Contributions

We found so man worthy causes for last year – 2017. We chose a few that were tackling issues meaningful to us to suggest here.

American Cancer Society – Mastercard is matching up to $250,000 in donations on Giving Tuesday. Donate here.

National Park Foundation – Helping preserve our most treasured landscapes, ecosystems and historical sites. Donate here.

TechGirlz – Organization inspiring girls to explore the possibilities of technology. Donate here.

ASPCA – American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Donate here.

Other Countries

This is no longer a U.S. phenomenon as it quickly went global.

Canada: America’s neighbor to the north was one of the first countries outside the United States to seize on the GivingTuesday movement and organize charitable donations on the same day.

United Kingdom: The Charities Aid Foundation organizes #GivingTuesday in the U.K. The campaign was first launched in 2014 and occurs on the same day as in the United States.

Other countries participating in the day of giving include Australia, Brazil, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Kenya, New Zealand, Singapore and Spain.