NCCJ Year-End Season of Giving Facebook Donation Match
By Jason Papallo, NCCJ E-Communications and Marketing Specialist
Care about your community? Creating a positive impact can be a major undertaking. Show your community that you care when you give to the National Conference for Community and Justice. NCCJ makes positive change throughout New England and the country by celebrating the diversity of races, religions, cultures, genders, abilities & sexual orientations. Today, this work is more important than ever.
So far, this year’s #GivingTuesday contributions have come a long way in supporting NCCJ in empowering the youth of today in creating inclusive communities that are respectful and just for all. Now, in honor the season of giving, donating on Facebook can double your donation. You can do so now here. The money raised for this fundraiser will be matched up to $1,000 by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Facebook is waiving all fees.
The AMAZING news? We only need $970 to meet our year-end goal.
Please support NCCJ, and your donation can be doubled!
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Make a better tomorrow today by choosing kindness during this season of giving.
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About the National Conference for Community and Justice
Formed 1927, NCCJ is a nonprofit human relations organization that promotes inclusion and acceptance by providing education and advocacy while building communities that are respectful and just for all. Celebrating the diversity of races, religions, cultures, genders, abilities, and sexual orientations.
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