By now, most of you have heard about #GivingTuesday. It began several years ago as a way to get people to focus on not just getting on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but also to take a moment to give back on the following Tuesday. Non-profits around the world quickly jumped on the bandwagon, filling everyone’s inbox and social media feeds with requests for donations. As we prayed and considered what we would do this #GivingTuesday, we just didn’t have a sense of peace about being another in a long line of good organizations asking for your money. The fact is, many of you have been incredibly faithful for many years to invest in our work of “tearing down walls and building up families.” To ask you for more money just didn’t feel right. So instead, we decided to flip the script this year and make #GivingTuesday about giving back to our donors!
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