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What is GivingTuesday, and How to Contribute

GivingTuesday in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, South Dakota, and across the globe, began in 2012, and returns on Tuesday, Nov. 29 for its 11th year. GivingTuesday provides a great opportunity for people to look past the usual Thanksgiving-related retail events — such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday — by donating money or volunteer hours to a participating cause they’d like to support.

As people throughout the Upper Midwest grapple with rising inflation, civil unrest, and the lingering effects of COVID-19, it’s more urgent than ever to support our communities and those struggling. CommonBond, which participates annually in GivingTuesday, provides affordable housing in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, and South Dakota for nearly 13,000 people. Our nonprofit organization has been focused on providing stable homes, strong futures, and vibrant communities for more than 50 years. With your support, we can keep our existing operations going and fund new communities to offer even more affordable housing to our neighbors.

About GivingTuesday

Started in 2012, GivingTuesday is a global movement for “unleashing the power of radical generosity” scheduled to take place annually on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving. GivingTuesday is held throughout the United States, with over 240 communities, networks, and coalitions participating. According to GivingTuesday, last year nearly $2.5 billion was raised nationwide, and 35 million adult Americans participated with donations or by volunteering in some capacity.

Thank you for considering a gift that will help your Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa or South Dakota neighbors this GivingTuesday!

Donate Today to Help Create Stability for Families

With your donation, you’re helping ensure that families across the Upper Midwest have access to affordable housing. If you are unable to provide financial support at this time, we invite you to look into volunteer opportunities, or contact us to learn more.


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