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Online giving event will support 121 Lower Shore nonprofits; Giving Tuesday 2021 is November 30th

The Lower Shore’s Giving Tuesday event will feature a record breaking 121 nonprofits during the 24-hour online giving event. Held each year on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, this year’s event falls on November 30th, but donors can begin scheduling their gifts starting November 22nd.

The local campaign, known as The Shore Gives More, is hosted by the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore and assists nonprofits serving Somerset, Wicomico, and Worcester Counties with fundraising efforts. The online donation portal features an easy way for donors to quickly learn about the individual nonprofits and make as many or as few donations as they like in one easy online checkout.

“The campaign has grown greatly in just seven years. In 2015 the local campaign started with 23 nonprofits and raised just under $7,500, but by 2020 it grew to $269,627 raised for 99 area nonprofits in a single day,” says Community Foundation President Erica Joseph. “This year marks the largest number of nonprofits to participate in the campaign.”

Donors can rest easy knowing that the gifts they make will go to the charities of their choice and will also make a local impact. The campaign carefully vets each participating organization to ensure current tax-exempt status and service to the Lower Shore area.

“The generosity of our local community is what enables area nonprofits to increase their impact on the Lower Eastern Shore,” says Joseph. “Each gift made to a nonprofit on Giving Tuesday makes a difference for the area we call home.”

“The campaign is truly a collaborative effort,” states Joseph. “Each nonprofit works hard to make their fundraising goals a reality, and months of preparations are put in before the big day. Our primary sponsors, Shore United Bank and 47 ABC, provide invaluable support which allows the event to be a success.”

To learn more about the Shore Gives More Giving Tuesday campaign visit www.ShoreGivesMore.org


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