August 30, 2019

Give for Good Louisville 2019

GFG Louisville is set for Thursday, September 12

Did you know that Give for Good Louisville is only a few short weeks away?

If you aren’t familiar, Give for Good is a 24-hour giving day organized by The Community Foundation of Louisville where the city comes together and supports its favorite nonprofits. Almost every nonprofit in town is participating, so we need your help to break through the clutter and help us raise support for our $15,000 fundraising goal among your personal networks.

Over the next couple of weeks, as you participate in any offline conversations with friends, family, or colleagues about Give for Good, we hope you’ll share why you recommend giving to Maryhurst. The Community Foundation is great about providing resources that make it easy to spread the word online, too:

  • Here’s some posts you can make on social media
  • Here are some emails you can customize and send to your network

If you’d like to make a pledge yourself, our Give for Good-specific donation page can be found here.

This year, we hope you’ll join us by leading a personal Give for Good Fundraiser for Maryhurst. All you have to do is visit our page and click the orange ‘FUNDRAISE’ button. You’ll be prompted to set up a page, and the platform will give you your own personal link to share where all donations will be soft-credited to you.

A super comprehensive guide to creating successful personal fundraiser can be found here.

Thank you, as always, for your support!

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