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Giving Tuesday at ZERO TO THREE
Raising awareness of ZERO TO THREE and making a gift on #GivingTuesday are wonderful testaments to the Holiday season.
I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and that you were able to share your day with loved ones and friends.
During my family meal, we always take a moment to count our many blessings. Looking around my grandparents’ table, I was reminded of just how lucky I am.
This Tuesday, November 29, 2016, ZERO TO THREE will be participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving. I will be making a gift to ZERO TO THREE on this day because not every child is lucky enough to have a big family or a strong support system – and ZERO TO THREE is able to help.
I encourage you to join me on #GivingTuesday – and to make a meaningful difference in the lives of infants and toddlers. There are a couple of ways to get involved:
Help spread the word about #GivingTuesday. Use the hashtags #ZEROTOTHREE and #GivingTuesday to talk about your support of ZERO TO THREE and our work together to make meaningful, early connections for infants and toddlers.
Make a gift on #GivingTuesday. Make a donation online and choose a gift level that is meaningful to you.
Support us when you shop on Black Friday or Cyber Monday. Follow this link to shop at Amazon.com, and Amazon will donate to ZERO TO THREE.
Raising awareness of ZERO TO THREE and making a gift on #GivingTuesday are wonderful testaments to the Holiday season. Each gift – no matter the size – will make a difference. Together, we can provide a resource to a father on challenging behavior so that he can better understand its root causes and how he can respond in positive ways; we can train an early childhood professional using the latest research and workforce standards; and we can educate a policymaker on what’s most important for good health, strong families, and positive early learning experiences.