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Send a Message of Hope this Giving Tuesday


Today is Giving Tuesday! If you don’t know about it, Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving—of generosity.

It is an altruistic alternative to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, where you can choose to support a charitable organisation or cause to help them continue their important work.

Instead of supporting Black Friday deals, why not help to spread some simple messages of joy to one another whilst helping Talitha Arts to support vulnerable groups through the creative arts at the same time?


Well, you can! Today we launched our week-long Give a Message initiative - See below how to take part and spread some inspiration!

Here's Our Idea...


Give a Message this Giving Tuesday week and help to spread some kindness, inspiration and hope. By sending your message you will also receive a message from another anonymous messenger!


How To Get Involved...


1. Prepare your message, ready to send us the week of Giving Tuesday, 30th November - 5th December (email to hello@talitha.org.uk)


2. Donate what you can to our fundraiser (https://chuffed.org/pro.../give-a-message-this-givingtuesday) (All donations made ON Giving Tuesday will enter the raffle to win a set of our artist collaboration Christmas cards!)


3. Nominate a friend to take part too! Choose a friend/partner/family member to nominate by forwarding them this post and telling them you have selected them as your nominee!


4. Download our graphic by clicking HERE and share on your social channel of choice on November 30th. We have included the text (below) for you to add to your post to make it super easy and quick to share! Make sure to tag @Talithaarts in your posts!


It's as simple as that! By taking part in this, you will also receive an anonymous message back from someone else around the world who also took part. So everyone who takes part also receives a little something as well :)

The best part is that all funds raised will go directly into our therapeutic workshops, supporting vulnerable groups through the creative arts




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