TIPP CITY — New Path Outreach joins the Global #GivingTuesday movement, and pledges to continue to meet the basic needs of their neighbors in Miami and Montgomery counties.
#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving that has brought more than 98 countries together around the world to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity. This year #GivingTuesday falls on Tuesday, Nov. 28.
#GivingTuesday is utilizing the collective thoughts of a vast assortment of partners to change how people think about, talk about and participate in the holiday giving season.
“We are very excited that the city of Troy, city of Piqua and village of West Milton have joined in the movement this year and have proclaimed Tuesday, Nov. 28 as #GivingTuesday in their communities,” shares Bill Lutz, executive director of New Path Outreach.
New Path would extends an invitation to other communities in the Miami Valley to take action — to improve their communities; to give back in better and smarter ways to the charities and causes that they hold dear to their heart; to donate to the food drives in their community; to drop some change in collection buckets; to donate hats and gloves to homeless shelters; to have a bake sale and donate to their favorite organizations; to pay for the person in the drive thru line behind them, Lutz said.
“Whatever way is chosen, New Path asks that the reason for the season is remembered and people take action in their community,” he said.
For more information about New Path and #GivingTuesday, check out newpathserves.org.