Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about #GivingTuesdayPR

Looking for innovative ideas for #GivingTuesday?

We have ideas for all of you in these sections of the website.

Here you will find ideas for families, schools, universities, and companies that want to start a solidarity action. You will also see recommendations that will help you promote your activities such as virtual events, videos, crowdfunding campaigns, and campaigns in the media, among others.

Other ways to participate in #GivingTuesday:

Help spread the word about the initiative through social media

Share the hashtag #GivingTuesdayPR as an instrument to spread this idea on social networks, it seeks to mobilize all citizens. Use it on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, etc. to give visibility to the project and encourage other people, companies, and organizations to collaborate.

 

Also, you can use the #GivingTuesdayPR Facebook frame so that you motivate your friends to spread the movement.

How can I spread #GivingTuesdarPR?

In many ways, any form of dissemination is very important to mobilize solidarity actions on that day:

• Mention #GivingTuesdayPR on social media and invite everyone to join.

• Tell your friends, family and co-workers that #GivingTuesdayPR is already underway on our Island.

• Announce your participation this day and encourage more to join.

• Follow us on all our social networks and invite your contacts.

#GivingTuesdarPR is just one day. What happens for the rest of the year?

Giving is a lifelong commitment, and #GivingTuesday is a special celebration, a reminder for all of us to think and do more for each other and for our communities. Many of the activities begin months before that Tuesday and continue until the end of the year. This day gives way to new projects and continued support throughout the next year.


#GivingTuesday more than a moment, it is a movement.

There are too many things going on, how can I make my project stand out in #GivingTuesdarPR?

Planning and commitment. Good planning and execution of a campaign to promote your project will make it relevant to the people you want to reach. To do this, you must set goals to achieve that day and know why your followers believe in your cause.

Tell a great story, be direct, and present how you are requesting support for something tangible. Let them know that you are participating in this initiative through your various channels (emails, events, social networks, etc.), how they can help you, and that in turn, they become spokespersons for your cause. In our resources section, you will get material to help you develop a plan. Join #GivingTuesdayPR!

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