Give Back on Giving Tuesday: Supporting New York’s Immigrants

 

Revenue for online sales alone topped $3.8 billion during Thanksgiving weekend in 2017 – imagine if that money went to charities instead? Giving Tuesday began in 2012 as a way to encourage people to give their money to causes they believe in, following Black Friday. This is an opportunity for everyone, including small donors, to give to charities. Many nonprofit Boards and supporters pledge to match donations, maximizing your impact- no matter the size.

This Giving Tuesday, Capalino encouraged our friends and partners to consider donating to organizations that serve our City’s immigrants, who have contributed tremendously to New York’s economic success.

Here are a few immigrant-serving organizations that you might consider supporting:

If you are a non-profit organization seeking strategic consulting or lobbying services, or a company seeking to implement a Corporate Social Responsibility agenda, please contact Jeanne Mullgrav at 212-616-5832 or Jeanne@nullcapalino.com.


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