Giving Tuesday 4 Circle of Sisterhood

We have spent the past week giving thanks for all that we have. Some of us may even have braved the stores or combed the internet trying to find a good deal. After these days, dedicated to what we have, let’s focus on what we can give for those that may not have the chance.

Join us in supporting the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation for Giving Tuesday on November 27. Giving Tuesday is a way for us to celebrate and encourage support for the  work of the Foundation. Giving Tuesday originated with non-profits organizing to create an “opening day” for the holiday giving season. It is a national celebration of generosity. We hope Giving Tuesday will raise awareness and encourage donations in order for the Foundation to continue to impact women and girls worldwide.

Adding to this excitement, Tamara Morse, trustee and treasurer of the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation, has agreed to a dollar-for-dollar match of every gift on Giving Tuesday up to $2,000! So, that means your gift of $100 becomes $200, $250 becomes $500, and on and on! We have the potential to make a big impact in a single day!

Please join us in celebration of Giving Tuesday by making a gift to the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation. Encourage your friends, family and sisters to get involved. Spread the word via social media using the hashtag #GivingTuesday and the Circle of Sisterhood graphic above.

Give with just a few easy clicks: All funds collected from campus communities will be allocated to the buildOn initiative and individual donations are designated to the general Circle of Sisterhood grant fund unless specified otherwise.

I’m making my gift for #GivingTuesday!! Let’s show the power of sisterhood!

Laura Dragoo Mickler is the Director of Development for the Sigma Kappa Foundation and a volunteer for Sigma Kappa Sorority. She serves on the Development Committee for the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation.

About Circle of Sisterhood Foundation

The Circle of Sisterhood Foundation will leverage the collective wisdom and influence of sorority women to support entities around the world that remove educational barriers for girls and women, uplifting them from poverty and oppression.
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