GIVE to CAG on GIVING TUESDAY December 2nd

 

Tuesday December 2nd is Giving Tuesday, the third annual national day of giving.  CAG is joining over 6500 community non-profits, corporations, global charities, families, businesses, community centers, retailers, and students to celebrate a day dedicated to giving, and encourage more, better and smarter giving during the Holiday season.  It's a simple idea. Just find a way for your family, your community, your company or your organization to come together to give something more. Then tell everyone you can about how you are giving. Join CAG and be a part of a global celebration of a new tradition of generosity.

Visit www.ctgifted.org on Tuesday, December 2nd and use the star to donate to CAG. If your employer has a matching gift program, designate your match to CAG.  CAG supports you, as parents and educators, to meet the needs of your gifted, talented, and high potential students.  Your donation allows CAG to provide resources, information, research, education, support, MIM discounts, and much more. #GivingTuesday will demonstrate how the world can do much more with our wallets than just consume. 

WHY GIVE TO CAG?  Read what members say:

          "CAG was instrumental helping me find the resources I needed to help my son."

          "CAG is an organization that fosters our greatest natural resources--creativity, intelligence, and talent. We all can do so much more than we believe we can, and CAG supports the maximizing of human potential in young people."

          "Minds in Motion Saturday programs were wonderful opportunities for my children to explore interesting activities while I was able to hear excellent speakers."

Be a part of a national celebration of giving, be part of Connecticut's great tradition of generosity. Donate to CAG.

WHY GIVING TUESDAY?: #GivingTuesday inspires personal philanthropy and encourages bigger, better and smarter charitable giving during the holiday season, showing that the world truly gives as good as it gets.  #GivingTuesday serves as a celebratory, fully connected day to kick off the giving season, when many make their holiday and end‐of‐year charitable gifts.  #GivingTuesday brings together diverse networks of people, large corporations, small businesses and nonprofits across an ever‐expanding range of new media platforms to encourage and amplify small acts of kindness in the service of changing our world for the better.  #GivingTuesday is not a new giving platform, but a call to action to celebrate giving and encourage more, better and smarter giving during the Holiday Season. It's an organizing principle to encourage the creativity and energy of people all over the world to work together for good.

The success of #GivingTuesday depends on the collective efforts of a unique group of partners and their participation.  You are the most important part of making this movement a reality.  Help make this the biggest season of giving yet!

WHAT IS GIVING TUESDAY?: We have a day for giving thanks, Thanksgiving.  We have two for getting shopping deals, Black Friday and Cyber Monday.  Now we have a day for giving back, GivingTuesday.  On Tuesday December 2, 2014, community non-profits, corporations, global charities, families, businesses, community centers, retailers, and students and more will come together to support a day of giving, called #GivingTuesday. It's a simple idea.  Support CAG, then tell everyone you know how you are giving.  Be a part of a national celebration of our great tradition of generosity.

BACKGROUND: Giving Tuesday was started by the 92nd Street Y in 2012.  #GivingTuesday™ is a campaign to create a national day of giving at the start of the annual holiday season.  It celebrates and encourages charitable activities that support non-profit organizations.  In the same way that retail stores take part in Black Friday, the movement wants the giving community to come together for #GivingTuesday.  Partners create and commit to a project for/on #GivingTuesday and then help spread the word to their networks.  Over 2,500 charities, volunteer organizations, corporations and foundations came together in all 50 U.S. states with one common purpose ‐‐ to help others and incentivize ways to give more, give smarter, and celebrate the great American spirit of contribution.

The remarkable results showed a marked increase in charitable giving and excitement:

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