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How Can You Support Your Favorite Non-Profit Organizations In Uncertain Times?

Team Reed Foundation

· Team Reed Foundation,Patrick Reed,philanthropy,Charity

Are you looking for some ways to support your favorite nonprofit organizations amid the COVID-19 pandemic? The health crisis and subsequent recession have caused nonprofit organizations to suffer tremendous losses, and many face uncertain futures. The majority of these organizations need support more than ever before. If you want to support your favorite nonprofits through this challenging time, here are some suggestions for how you can.

Donate Money or Volunteer Your Time
The most obvious way to support your favorite nonprofit organizations right now is to donate to them. If you have the extra funds available, consider making a monetary donation. And if you can afford it, consider giving on a recurring basis. If you are currently struggling financially, you could try volunteering your time instead. For many nonprofits, time donations are just as valuable as monetary donations, so don’t be afraid to offer your services, especially if you can’t provide money at the moment.

Share on Social Media
If you are not in a position to donate either time or money to your favorite charity right now, there are several other options. For example, if you have a social media presence, consider sharing the nonprofit’s page on your accounts. This simple act can go a long way to supporting nonprofits during this time. If you have had a positive experience with the nonprofit, tell the story about it publicly when you share their page. Your friends and family will see your post and may be encouraged to donate.

Donate Items
Depending on which nonprofit you want to support, you might want to consider donating items around your house. For example, shelters may be in need of many common household items, including blankets, clothes, or nonperishable food items. Most of us have much more than we actually need or use, so this is an excellent opportunity to give to the less fortunate without spending a dime.

Give Blood
If you are a healthy person over the age of 17, you may also qualify to be a blood donor. As blood drives across the country have been canceled amid the pandemic, many hospitals have been facing critical shortages. Donating blood is an excellent way to give back to your community. And each donation can potentially save up to three lives, so this is no small gift!

Write a Review
Another way to support nonprofit organizations during the pandemic is to leave them positive online reviews. Many people research nonprofits online before donating, so every positive review is beneficial. Writing a review is free and doesn’t much time, so consider writing reviews for all of your favorites!

Hold a Fundraiser
You can also consider hosting a fundraiser for your favorite charities. Fundraising can be done in person or online. You can host an event, sell merchandise, or offer services in exchange for charitable donations. You might be surprised at how quickly these donations add up, and every dollar raised will go toward keeping your favorite nonprofits afloat.

Nonprofits need all of the help we can offer right now. If we all do what you can to support the causes we believe in, more of our favorite nonprofits will survive the current crisis and continue to serve our communities for many years to come.

Originally posted on TeamReedFoundation.com.

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