BIAA HOME : #GivingTuesday - December 2, 2014

#GivingTuesday - December 2, 2014


The Brain Injury Association of California has joined #GivingTuesday, a first of its kind effort that will harness the collective power of a unique blend of partners to transform how people think about, talk about, and participate in the giving season.  Coinciding with the Thanksgiving Holiday and the kickoff of the holiday shopping season, #GivingTuesday will inspire people to take collaborative action to improve their local communities, give back in better, smarter ways to the charities and causes they support and help create a better world.  

Taking place December 2, 2014, the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, #GivingTuesday will harness the power of social media to create a national movement around the holidays dedicated to giving, similar to how Black Friday and Cyber Monday have become days that are, today, synonymous with holiday shopping.  #GivingTuesday offers an opportunity to channel the generous spirit of the holiday season to inspire action around charitable giving.

Please click on the links below to get sample Tweets and Facebook Posts to help promote this effort.  Another opportunity to show your support for the Brain Injury Association of California is to participate in the #Unselfie promotion.  Click on the link below for directions and for a sample template.  All you need to do is to fill in the “reason for giving and supporting BIACAL), then take a photo of you holding the sign and post it per the instructions.  It’s a fun way to join this national movement of giving.   

Please join in the national #GivingTuesday campaign and click here to donate today. 

Please see the links below to aid you in your own #GivingTuesday campaign to support the Brain Injury Association of California.  

#GivingTuesday - Sample Facebook Posts

#GivingTuesday - Sample Tweets

#Unselfie Directions

#Unselfie Poster Template



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