We can still show social connection and come together on behalf of our communities even while practicing physical distancing. Click below for ideas to inspire you.
Give money, goods, PPE supplies—anything you can to organizations on the front lines of this pandemic. Remember to also show your support for local nonprofits, who despite COVID-19 are continuing to provide much needed services to the community.
Clap for your healthcare workers, thank your post officer, delivery driver, and other essential workers. Write thank you cards, post on social media, and share your appreciation for the people and organizations who are helping your community.
Safely volunteer virtually from your home. Give your voice to help raise awareness, lend your talents to give pro bono hours to a nonprofit who needs your expertise, or take an hour to call a senior who may be alone.Browse Opportunities
Support your local community by buying from small businesses and raising awareness for organizations that are getting hit the hardest by this pandemic. Celebrate members of your community who are giving back.
Kindness is contagious. Buy flowers or groceries for a neighbor, offer to walk a neighbor's pets, call a friend, hang a heart or sign in your window, host a concert from your balcony.
Help with response efforts by bringing groceries to at-risk individuals, sewing masks for nurses and doctors, donating excess food items to shelters and food banks, or giving blood.
Share how you’ve been giving back on social media with hashtag #GivingTuesday and inspire others to give together even when we’re apart.
Sign up for GivingTuesday’s Weekly Generosity alerts to receive a weekly idea prompt for how you can help your neighbors, community, and world. These ideas comply with public health guidelines, and are designed to meet the needs of our current situation as we face this pandemic crisis together.