Posted by Frances Vega on December 1st, 2020
Today is Giving Tuesday, an international day of giving that kicks off the giving season and encourages us all to make a change in the world. There are plenty of ways you can show your philanthropic side – like volunteering or making a donation to a charity you care about. No matter how you choose to participate, your kind acts make a difference.
If you’re not sure how to help out on Giving Tuesday, we’ve put together a list of simple ways you can give back without even leaving your couch.
Want to see more adoptable pets find forever homes? Consider making a one time or monthly donation to Adopt-a-Pet.com. Your generous donation will go directly towards helping more pets find their perfect match.
Shop til You Drop
It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3. If you’re in need of pet supplies today, visit Chewy, go shopping, and Chewy will donate. This Giving Tuesday, Chewy will match your purchase amount and donate the total in supplies to animal welfare organizations in need. Click here to learn more and start shopping giving.
Share a Pet
What’s the firstImagine what a gift it would be to help a pet find a forever home for the holidays! Head to Adopt-a-Pet.com, search adoptable pets in your area, find one you’d like to share, and click the Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter icon in the middle of the page to post to your social media. Start searching for pets to share here.
Fulfill Someone’s Wish List
Our friends at Chewy recently launched an exciting feature that allows customers to shop and donate products directly from a shelter or rescue’s Wish List. It makes giving back to your favorite animal welfare organizations super easy. With Wish List, you select the organization you want to support, shop from the list of products they need, then check out and Chewy does the rest by shipping directly to their door. Chewy verifies each shelter and rescue so donating is stress-free and simple. Click here to fulfill someone’s Wish List for Giving Tuesday!
Lending a helping hand doesn’t have to be time consuming or difficult! With these 4 simple ideas, you’ll be making the world a better place for homeless pets sooner than you thought was possible.
This article was originally published by Adoptapet.com/blog. Read the original article here.