#GivingTuesday – Aga Khan Foundation USA cited for exemplary Partner Engagement

#GivingTuesday Partners and Projects 

Some of our latest examples of partner engagement show the creativity and energy that partners are bringing to #GivingTuesday. Here is one one several initiatives being planned for this year:

Seeing Change in Children’s Smiles | #GivingTuesday: Burulai Aitikulova from the Aga Khan Foundation – Kyrgyz Republic Shares How She Sees ChangeAga Khan Foundation

The Aga Khan Foundation makes long-term investments in 16 countries, especially remote areas of Asia and Africa, that improve the quality of life for more than 3.5 million people annually.

Celebrity Supporters and 15,000 Partners Rally Behind #GivingTuesday, the International Day of GivingLast year the foundation set its first #GivingTuesday campaign fundraising goal of $20,000 and shared stories of “How I See Change.”The campaign was a huge success, ultimately raising more than eight times the target. It was a humbling and affirming reminder of people’s desire to create change and build a better future.

This year, the foundation launched a new website and is excited about sharing more stories with #GivingTuesday 2015 and the theme “Building Better Futures.”

Movement Offers New Tools and Timely Tips on How Individuals and Organizations Can Get Involved

New York (PRWEB) September 17, 2015

#GivingTuesday, a global day of giving taking place on December 1, 2015, is once again bringing people around the world together in the spirit of giving. Individuals, businesses, organizations and local governments are rallying their friends, colleagues, constituents, partners and resources to celebrate and encourage giving.

 

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