Community Support: Kids Joining Giving Tuesday

In the world of today, it is very important to instill the values of kindness and generosity in our younger generation, our children. As Giving Tuesday approaches this year, it offers the perfect opportunity for parents and caregivers to encourage their children to take part in philanthropic activities. This global movement of charity, which falls on November 28 this year, is not just about donations; it is about fostering a spirit of community support and kindness.

Community Support: Kids Joining Giving Tuesday
Finding The Right Cause


Start by discussing with your children what causes or issues they feel connected to. This particular day is a perfect chance to translate passion into action. Here are some ideas to try out based on your child’s interest:

  • For Nature Lovers: Organize a clean-up activity at the local park or beach nearby. 
  • For those who Value Kindness: Create a community generosity wall or spread kindness rocks around the neighborhood.
  • For Animal Lovers: Start a donation drive for animal shelters or organize online fundraisers.
  • For Supporters of Servicemen: Write thank you notes or letters for overseas troops.
  • For supporters of Women’s Rights: Encourage donations to organizations working for the cause of women empowerment. Check out, the pioneers of this movement globally.
  •  For those concerned about the hungry: Make bagged lunches for the hungry or support your local food bank.
  • For Kids worried about other kids: Collect and donate school supplies or toys or visit children’s hospitals to cheer up the kids who are sick.


Participating in Giving Tuesday is a wonderful way for kids to learn about empathy, generosity, and the joy of charitable giving. This November 28, let’s encourage our children to be part of a movement that’s making a difference, one act of kindness at a time.

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Humaun Kabir

Humaun Kabir