#GiveBigDFW is on Tuesday, Nov. 27
by FWD>DFW | November 9, 2018
#GivingTuesday on November 27, 2018 is a global movement that kicks off the charitable season. It’s a day where large numbers of people go out of their way to give back to their community. It has inspired giving around the world, resulting in greater donations, volunteer hours, and activities that highlight the good and encourage engagement and support in communities.
This year, #GiveBigDFW is the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, United Way of Denton, and the United Way of Tarrant County’s regional campaign for #GivingTuesday, and they need everyone’s help to ensure that Dallas-Fort Worth keeps the title of the Most Generous Community in America!
Show your support by giving or volunteering to make an impact in our community, or register your organization to participate at GiveBigDFW.org. You can also learn more about all of the #GiveBigDFW volunteer opportunities available here.
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