This year’s #GivingTuesday on November 27 kicks off Life After Hate’s season of giving. We see this not just as a time for us to receive, but also as a time for us to give back to the more than 10,000 individuals and organizations who joined our mission of compassion and forgiveness in the past year.
In this spirit, we want to share a couple of exciting updates:
Double your donation to Life After Hate on #GivingTuesday
Life After Hate is honored to take part in #GivingTuesday, a global giving movement built by individuals, families, organizations, businesses, and communities all over the world to support and champion causes we believe in and to be a part of the change needed in the communities in which we live. This year Facebook and PayPal are awarding up to $7 million in matching funds to donations received by U.S. nonprofits through Facebook.
So how can you help Life After Hate on #GivingTuesday?
Create a Facebook fundraiser and share it with your friends on Nov 27. Creating a fundraiser is easy and we welcome fundraisers with any goal amount. Click here to start a fundraiser.
Every dollar raised for Life After Hate though Facebook will support our intervention, education, outreach, and research efforts to counter hate and discrimination.
Life After Hate Earns GuideStar’s 2018 Platinum Seal of Transparency
Life After Hate is proud to announce we have earned the Platinum Seal of Transparency from GuideStar, the world’s largest source of nonprofit information. Platinum is the highest level of recognition a charitable organization can earn, and demonstrates our commitment to transparency and accountability. We encourage you to check out our updated Platinum profile here.
“We understand current and potential donors to Life After Hate want to know their support is going to have a direct impact in stemming the rise of hate and discrimination in the United States,” says Sammy Rangel, co-founder and former executive director of Life After Hate.
“GuideStar’s Platinum Seal of Transparency acknowledges and shares our measurable impact in helping more than 150 women and men exit hate groups as well as details about our other important education, outreach, and research efforts.”