Where to Give Your Time and Dollars This Giving Tuesday, Nov. 29

Local orgs to donate your time and dollars to.

We’re all about giving back to our community, which is why throughout the year we feature local nonprofits that are doing the good deed of doing good for those in need. These orgs make it easy for you to give back as well—and what better excuse to lend a hand to the community than Giving Tuesday?

To make it easy, we’ve compiled a host of orgs that we’ve featured in Raleigh Magazine this past year worth your consideration. Click the links below to learn more about their missions and how your donations make an impact. 

Boys & Girls Clubs: Read our story on Boys & Girls Clubs’ new Connected Learning Center here and donate here

Housing Options for Students Today (HOST): Read our story on how HOST is helping halt homelessness among college students here and learn how you can support their mission here.

SAFEchild: Read our story on SAFEchild’s new facility here and donate here.

The Green Chair Project: Read our feature on The Green Chair Project’s recent Chairity 2022 event here and learn how to donate here. Additionally, the org is hosting a Giving Twosday event this year. Bring any two of its most-needed items to Green Chair on Nov. 29 and receive a cookie from Tiff’s Treats.

CASA: Read our story on CASA’s supportive housing community in Raleigh here and donate here

The ALS Association North Carolina Chapter: In April, we held a monthlong Gin for the Win celebration with pop-ups to benefit the ALS Association North Carolina Chapter (in partnership with local bars and restaurants). Donate to the chapter here.

Give Back Raleigh: We recently rounded up a host of additional orgs to donate to during this season of giving, including A Place at the Table, Raleigh Rescue Mission and The Women’s Center. Learn how to support these causes here.

Raleigh🤍 Stickers + Magnets: We created magnets and stickers with all proceeds going toward RPD officer Gabriel Torres’ family following the tragic shooting that took place in Raleigh in October. Torres, who was off-duty at the time, was one of the five people killed. Purchase a magnet and/or sticker here.

Hailey Brooks’ GoFundMe: A GoFundMe page was set up for Hailey Brooks, the little girl who was lost during the Raleigh Christmas Parade earlier this month. Donate here.

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