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The Day the We Take Action for Good

Have you shaken off the Turkey Slumber yet? Are you ready to take action? 

Did you shop ‘till you dropped on Black Friday, or you more of a click-it and get-it type that lives for Cyber Monday? If so, are you ready to click-and-take action? 

Whatever you did, I hope you had a marvelous holiday weekend. And I hope you didn’t miss this really good news about climate restoration about the Foundation for Climate Restoration. I also hope you’re ready to join us and take action tomorrow!

As you know, I’ve been committed to waging justice for 30 years, but tomorrow starts a powerful new journey, one that is more important than anything I’ve taken on before. 

Tomorrow we take action to save humanity!  

Why tomorrow? Because tomorrow is the one day a year where America focuses its collective attention on doing good in the world.

giving tuesday

Tomorrow is GIVING TUESDAY, and in the last decade, it has literally gone viral. From a quirky online campaign to balance the commercialism (and gluttony!) of Thanksgiving, it has grown to a day where almost $400 million is given to social causes and charitable organizations.  

It’s the day we all think about how to make the world a better place.

It’s the day where Build a Movement 2020 must reach out and grow! 

If we want to have the resources and support to build a movement that grows and scales, we must be successful on Giving Tuesday. 

We need your help and it will only take a couple of minutes.

First thing tomorrow, please:

  • Show up first thing in the morning of Giving Tuesday and make a small donation on our crowdsource page here
  • Post at least twice tomorrow on your social media inviting friends and family to take bold action with you. 

By taking action, you combat our climate emergency. It’s a small action to call others to hold our leaders accountable for meaningful political change leading up to the next Presidential election and beyond. 

This is the moment of change. The start. The time we’ll look back on and say, “I was there. I was part of it.” 

See you online tomorrow. Here’s to our movement in 2020 and beyond!