Doncaster & Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals Charity is thrilled to announce that joining thousands of organisations across the world taking part in this year’s #GivingTuesday campaign, to be held on the 28th of November and calling out to the community for support.
The campaign began in America in 2012 as a way to give back after the well-known shopping days of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The campaign is coordinated in the UK by the Chartered Institute of Fundraising. There are numerous ways to get involved: donating to charity, volunteering or simply helping a friend, neighbour or family member.
The campaign is coordinated in the UK by the Chartered Institute of Fundraising. There are numerous ways to get involved: donating to charity, volunteering or simply helping a friend, neighbour or family member. For Giving Tuesday this year, alongside the encouragement for people to give and support charities, there will be a celebration of our shared pride in the amazing generosity that we see all around us – showcasing all the different ways people support charities and communities and highlighting the difference it makes.
Ways you can give to support your local hospital on Giving Tuesday
Sign up to our Festive Sock Day
Join us in celebrating National Sock Day on Monday 4th December (or take part on any day of your choice in December) and wear your best festive socks for our annual Festive Sock Day!
Make a donation to support our festive appeal
Show you care this Giving Tuesday by making a donation to our festive appeal, enabling us to go above and beyond for our patients who are being treated in our hospitals, and for the staff who will be working around the clock to look after them this Christmas.
Donate a gift to our Amazon Wishlists
With the help of our wards, we’ve created Amazon Wishlists filled with items that our wards have requested. You can help this Giving Tuesday by purchasing an item from one of our wishlists.
Dedicate a star in memory
Dedicate a virtual star in memory of a loved one or in recognition to an NHS hero or ward that means a lot to you as part of our annual, Our Shining Stars festive appeal.