Giving Tuesday – A Chance to Give Back + Giveaway

givologyRecently, we were alerted to a neat movement going on next week, called Giving Tuesday from our friend Kevin at Kevin volunteers and helps with an online community called – which seems to work much like folks post about causes and projects near to their heart and seek others to join them via support and financial gifts. It's a great website and lots of people around the world are being helped. 

We wanted to jump on board with Giving Tuesday and also support Givology. As I stated before, the site is a place where people all over the world can support students who come from difficult backgrounds (often third-world countries) and fund projects to help those less advantaged. Givology makes it really easy to give and get involved.

Kevin provided TTG with $25 funds that we could give to a project of our choosing. We decided upon supporting a 14-year old student from Benin who is under-funded and who lost his father in 2009. It's amazing what a small amount of money (when compared to what average American's make) can do for a person in a developing part of the world.


Givology is also matching their initial $25 gift – and is giving one TTG reader the opportunity to win a chance at giving $25 to a student or project of their choosing. All you need to do to enter is fill in the form below. We'll be picking a winner on 11/27.

We have selected a winner! Congratulations to Dinah! 

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  1. Great post. I found your website perfect for my needs. Very useful info specifically the last part. Thank you for sharing with us, and we sincerely hope you will continue to update or post other articles

  2. thanks for this giveaway..our church can use these funds to help with the food bank for families in our community

    • Thanks for entering Tracy. Unfortunately – the funds need to be used on projects that are already on

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