May 4th, 2020
Walter the duck is back (but working from home)! He has been our trusty mascot for our #GivingTuesday fundraising over the last few years, where he has helped us to get creative and raise huge amounts of money for our international projects (do you remember the fish tank, the chilli plants, the waddle for water?). Though #GivingTuesday is in December each year, #GivingTuesdayNow has been introduced for Tuesday 5th May…
International Needs are joining #GivingTuesdayNow – a day created as an emergency response to the immense global needs caused by COVID-19. Immense needs that our partners around the world are facing.
We are using this day to celebrate what we have been able to do together in 2019 and to encourage one another in this difficult time. We also ask you to consider what you can give to support the emergency needs of our partners. You can make a donation through our website here, or feel free to get in touch to find out more (01883 331332 or email@example.com).
In this challenging time, we have taken inspiration from Proverbs: ‘Anxiety in a man’s heart weighs him down, but a good word makes him glad.’ Proverbs 12:25
We invite you to join us writing a card of encouragement to our IN Partners around the world. All you have to do is click this link that will direct you to our online card where we are collecting messages and signatures from our UK supporters. We hope to collect lots of messages to really uplift and strengthen our International Needs Family. This card will be sent to all 30 partner countries in the IN Network, to encourage them and those they serve. Simply click on this link, add your email then sign the card with everyone else. You could write:
**Please make sure not to put any personal contact details in the card as it is a public document, your name or just first name is enough.
Check out the card below…you can also click it to get signing…
Thank you! We look forward to collecting all your encouraging messages to share!
To find out more or if you’d like us to add your message, please feel free to get in touch by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01883 331332.