What is Giving Tuesday?
Giving Tuesday is an international day of generosity and for supporting causes close to your heart. It is an antidote to the consumerism of Black Friday.
It is a day for acts of kindness and celebrating all the ways in which we can make a difference. The campaign began in 2012 in the United States and has grown across the globe.
Giving Tuesday takes place on 29 November in 2022.
Why support LDN London?
By supporting Learning Disability Network London this Giving Tuesday, you can make a lifelong difference to people with learning disabilities. We support people throughout their lives, or over long periods of time, so your money or support goes a long way. We help people to be more independent and live fulfilling lives.
By supporting our Community Hub in Westminster, you will be helping to end loneliness for people with mild and moderate learning disabilities who don’t get much help, and support people to be safer, healthier and happier in their local community. Find out more about our Community Hub:
How can you support LDN London?
Buy a raffle ticket – Take part in our Christmas raffle in aid of our Community Hub and support people with learning disabilities to learn life skills, gain employment and be part of their community. You could win some fantastic prizes – which make great gifts – including tickets to a musical, craft beer or a designer handbag. Buy a ticket here.
Donate – Support us with a one-off or regular donation. Donate here.
Volunteer – Give your time. We are particularly keen for more corporate volunteers to support people with learning disabilities with sessions at our Community Hub. Can you help us with workshops on health, wellbeing, money, employment, the environment or is there another way you could give your time? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to find out more.
Take part in a fundraiser – Participate in a walk, run, swim or cycle, hold a bake sale, or come up with another idea to raise money for LDN London. Find out more ways to get involved.
Thank you to everyone who has supported us over the past year. You make a difference to the lives of people with learning disabilities in London and we are very grateful.