#GivingTuesday is Dec. 1
All Donations Count Twice
#GivingTuesday is December 1, and your support is especially critical right now, as patients are in desperate need of support due to the impacts of COVID-19. Our friends at Myriad Genetics are offering $30,000 in matching funds on December 1, to double your donation to ZERO.
We need your help to make the most of this matching opportunity! Act now by creating a fundraising page or giving a gift, and you'll have twice the impact in the fight to end of prostate cancer. Then share it with everyone and encourage them to join you in doing twice the good this holiday season!
1. Make a Fundraiser
Did you know that half #GivingTuesday donors choose a charity because of the recommendation of a friend or loved one? If you're on Facebook, it only takes a couple of clicks to create and share your own donation form. And for those who aren't on social media, ZERO's JustGiving website lets you make a personal fundraising page in less than three minutes!
Create Your Own:
2. Be First to Donate
Be the first to give a gift on your new fundraising page, or make a direct donation to ZERO, and matching gifts will double your donation. No need to wait until December 1, this holiday matching opportunity is available now through the end of the year.
3. Spread the Word
Encourage co-workers, friends, and loved ones you see over the holiday to give, letting them know that donating to ZERO will let them have twice the impact in the fight to end prostate cancer. People like to know that their money will be used well; be sure to tell them that ZERO has the highest possible rating from Charity Navigator and the Better Business Bureau — the top authorities for rating non-profit financial responsibility.
4. Use Social Media
On December 1, donate live and connect with the prostate cancer community during our #GivingTuesday all-day broadcast starting at 6 a.m. Eastern on Facebook. Tune in to learn about ZERO’s impact and meet patients who are fighting prostate cancer during COVID-19 and staying #ZEROstrong during tough times.