As you may know, the Tuesday after Thanksgiving has become a day designated for charitable giving. #GivingTuesday is a global giving movement where people in all 50 states and in countries around the world come together to support and champion the causes they believe in and the communities in which they live.
Join us online for a worldwide event to benefit organizations all across the globe! WAAAG is a proud participant in #GivingTuesday and we hope to make this year our best year yet!
We are raising funds this year to help us purchase a new vehicle. This vehicle will be used to transport animals to and from WAAAG, to vet appointments and to their forever home! Every single dollar helps us get closer to our goal so no donation is too small!
While reaching out for monetary donations is our least favorite part about running a 501(c)3 non-profit, it is a necessity. Therefore, after getting your deals at the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, we hope you will use #GivingTuesday as a day to give back and help us reach our goal.
As an exciting incentive, we’ve partnered with Barrel Oak Winery for a chance to win a one year BOW WOW membership (worth $495)! For each donation of $100 or more we’ll send you one of our new WAAAG t-shirts AND you’ll be entered in a chance to win the BOW WOW membership!
WAYS TO DONATE
Facebook - The best way of donating is through our #GivingTuesday Fundraiser on Facebook. That's because Facebook and PayPal are matching up to $7 million in donations to nonprofits during this year's #GivingTuesday campaign! Please note: ONLY DONATIONS RECEIVED THROUGH FACEBOOK ON 11/27/18 BETWEEN 8AM - 11PM (EST) COUNT TOWARDS THE MATCHING
WAAAG Website - The next best way is straight through our website by clicking the #GivingTuesday donate button at the top of this page. Donations given through our website any time from now through 11/27/18 will count towards our #GivingTuesday campaign!
Thank you for your continued support of WAAAG! With your help we are creating better lives by allowing abandoned animals the time they need to heal and then finding them safe and loving homes.