Eat. Sleep. GIVE this #GivingTuesday!

GT_Eat_Sleep_GiveYou may have heard about #GivingTuesday over the last couple of years. Thousands of non-profits, businesses large and small, social media platforms, celebrities, government officials and, of course, the Sons of Italy® have joined forces to promote December 2, 2014 as this year’s national day of giving in the United States.

The #GivingTuesday movement is a reminder that the hectic time between Thanksgiving and the new year, when Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals and the holidays are on the brain, is a perfect time to give a little more.

Consider broadening your impact by helping a Sons of Italy® national charity this year. Specially designated by Sons of Italy® leadership, the Cooley’s Anemia Foundation, the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism and the Alzheimer’s Association all receive financial contributions from the Sons of Italy® and all work hard to fight diseases and disorders that can affect us all. Each also relies on volunteer efforts. you make a charitable donation, volunteer or help a stranger, please take time this #GivingTuesday to be part of this national celebration honoring our great tradition of generosity. Then spread the word about how you are giving – and inspire others. Remember to use the hashtags #unselfie, #SonsofItaly and #GivingTuesday if you tweet or post on Facebook.

If you are interested in making a donation to the Sons of Italy Foundation®, please visit our website to use our secure online form, or contact us at 202.547.2900. To learn more about the SIF’s charitable efforts, visit our website. Thank you for your support this #GivingTuesday and always!


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