GivingTuesday is a global movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. This year, the animals we rescue need your help.
Will you join our#GivingTuesday celebration 🐱 🐶
What is #GivingTuesday?
GivingTuesday is a global day of giving celebrating the power of social media and collaboration. Let's work together to use this day of gratitude to support the animals we rescue.
The first $5,000 of donations will be matched!
A generous donor has offered to match the first $5,000 of donations on GivingTuesday ❤️We'd love to have your support to help leverage this important gift. Click here to donate today and your gift will be matched 🙌
How can you help?
Create a Facebook Fundraiser!
We know you're passionate about helping animals and on GivingTuesday we're asking members of our community to help Hope For Paws save more animals by creating a fundraising campaign on Facebook.
▶▶To get started, please click here and you'll be guided through the steps.
Facebook will help you reach out to your community and share your personal fundraising campaign. We'll provide you with inspiring rescue videos to share that help your friends and family understand why you care so much about supporting animal rescue.
Your fundraiser will have an impact, no matter how much you raise. You'll pick the goal, maybe $25, $50 or $250, along with the best way to reach your community. Facebook will even match the first $7 million donated on Tuesday morning!
Share your passion for Hope For Paws on #GivingTuesday
Thanks to you, we have saved more animals this year than ever before. Whether or not you have the ability to donate or fundraise, you can help inspire others to give. Remind your friends about #GivingTuesday by sharing your favorite Hope For Paws rescue video so that we can reach more people. We and the animals, would love your support this holiday season to help us achieve our mission of rescue, awareness and making this world a better place for all.
With your help, we'll be able to rescue more animals, just like this dog we saved after it was wandering around the desert for two years without a home.