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GIVING TUESDAY 2019

A day dedicated to raising money and making a difference to causes around the world. Join us next year on 3 December 2019.

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Employees at Thomson Reuters log 2,470 volunteering hours

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THANK YOU FOR GIVING TUESDAY 2018!

We would like to say a massive thank you to each and every one of you for supporting so many charities and making Giving Tuesday an incredible success.

Giving Tuesday was the top trend on Twitter again all day and gained media coverage in major news outlets, including BBC Online, The Guardian, Huffington Post, The Sun, The I Newspaper, Daily Mirror, Mail on Sunday, Telegraph, Financial Times and many more.

Celebrities such as Victoria Beckham, Stephen Fry, Cara Delevingne, Richard Branson, Jack Whitehall, Gillian Anderson, Sir Patrick Stewart and even Miss Piggy, supported Giving Tuesday this year.

We would love for you to continue to support Giving Tuesday; next year it will be on 3 December 2019.
Why take part in Giving Tuesday 2018

WHY TAKE PART IN GIVING TUESDAY

The impact of Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday 2017 saw millions of pounds donated to charity and the campaign was mentioned online in the UK more than 48,000 times. Our top level highlights include:

  • More than 2,000 organisations became Giving Tuesday partners including Sainsbury's, Thomson Reuters, ASOS and RBS;
  • The #givingtuesday hashtag was the UK’s top trend on Twitter from 8.30am to 5.30pm and;
  • Celebrities including Richard Branson, Emma Watson, Cara Delevingne and Ricky Gervais were involved in the discussion on twitter.

BECOME A GIVING TUESDAY CORPORATE PARTNER

What are the benefits?

Becoming an official supporter of Giving Tuesday is hassle-free and offers companies like yours the opportunity to make a difference and tell positive stories about your involvement with one of the world's biggest days of charitable giving. This will demonstrate your corporate responsibility values as an organisation, creating a positive image to the public, as well as prospective and current employees.

What resources will I receive?

By becoming a corporate Giving Tuesday partner, you will receive access to the below exclusive resources.

  • The official Giving Tuesday Partner logo
  • 10 ideas of how companies can get involved
  • A Giving Tuesday branded Payroll Giving toolkit to promote your CAF Give As You Earn scheme
  • A case study template for companies
  • A social media kit for companies

How does my company sign up?

To sign up and become a Giving Tuesday corporate partner, all you need to do is complete this form - it only takes two minutes!

Become a Giving Tuesday partner today
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THESE COMPANIES GOT INVOLVED, WILL YOU?

Hundreds of businesses already pledge their support for Giving Tuesday

CAF Corporate Clients - Giving Tuesday 2017

One day to make a world of difference

GET INVOLVED

Giving Tuesday is a great opportunity for companies to tell positive stories about their involvement in one of the world’s biggest days of charitable activity.

Become a corporate partner today

GIVING TUESDAY CLIENT CASE STUDIES

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Creating social impact in local communities

  • Thomson Reuters

Find out why Thomson Reuters values Giving Tuesday and hear from Carla Jones, Chief of Staff, who explains the impact the campaign had.

Read Thomson Reuter's story

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The ‘Promises and Presents’ silent auction

  • Shoosmiths

Shoosmiths and their 12 charity partners’ activity for #givingtuesday is an inspiring story of how the day helps make an impact.

Read Shoosmiths' story

CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY INSIGHT

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)


Find out how our framework for strategic alignment with the SDGs can support your company to maximise its social impact.

The importance of Payroll Giving


Payroll Giving empowers employees to support the causes that are the most important to them, providing charities with a long-term and regular income stream.

Corporate Giving by the FTSE 100


Our updated report reveals the recent charitable giving trends amongst FTSE 100 companies and highlights the most generous industry.