‘Tis the season to be giving…
Christmas isn’t just a time to celebrate with loved ones – it’s also the perfect time of year to give back to those who are less fortunate than ourselves. And thanks to the Big Give, this year one donation can have twice the impact.
Here’s everything you need to know about getting involved – and how you can double your donation for your favourite cause:
What is the Big Give’s Christmas challenge?
The Christmas Challenge is the UK’s biggest online match funding campaign, which helps UK-registered charities raise funds for their cause. This year marks the 10 year anniversary of the Big Give and the campaign is set to be bigger and better with over 500 charities taking part.
They also offer the opportunity to double your donations – starting on #GivingTuesday.
Projects span everything from water and sanitation in Africa, and child poverty in London, to the arts, education and more – so you’re sure to find a cause that you are passionate about.
Here’s Channel 4’s Jon Snow, to explain more:
What is #GivingTuesday?
Set up in 2014, #GivingTuesday has become one of Britain’s biggest days for charities – raising millions of pounds for good causes every single year.
This year it falls on 27th of November. All you need to do to get involved was choose to support any charity you want – in any way you want.
It’s that simple.
How can I donate?
All you need to do is visit biggive.org.uk.
Then simply find a charity you want to get behind, find out more, and get involved.
Whatever your passion. Whatever your cause.
One donation, twice the impact.
Want to double your donation on #GivingTuesday? Take part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2018.
The Christmas Challenge 2018 will be taking place from midday on 27th November until midday on 4th December or until match funds are exhausted, whichever is first. Don’t miss the opportunity to make your money have twice the impact on a charity of your choice this Christmas.
For more information on how to donate to the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2018, click here.
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