#GivingTuesday #MyGivingStory
Posted By: Brittany Covey - 11/17/2016 12:00:00 AM

 

***#GivingTuesday #MyGivingStory***

 

ATTENTION:

 

YOU can help PILC win $10,000 just by writing a story about why You support and give to PILC. You MUST write your story on the #GivingTuesday Facebook Page, follow the link at the bottom of this post, and use the form they have available (Click the White Box that says "Submit Your Giving Story)

You will need to LIKE the #GivingTuesday Facebook page, WRITE your story on their page, and then SHARE your story all over facebook using the #GivingTuesday and #MyGivingStory hashtags!

 

PLEASE READ BELOW

#MyGivingStory is a nationwide campaign and social media storytelling contest that will foster a public discussion about the reasons people give. Working in collaboration with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Facebook, we are asking donors, volunteers, and community members to reflect on why you give to Panhandle Independent Living Center, and then share these personal stories on social media. The winners’ featured nonprofit organizations will receive grant prizes of $2,500-10,000!

 

The stories should have a minimum of 150 words and should respond to the following prompt:

People give for a multitude of reasons.

 

What inspires you to give? Tell the story of a time you supported Panhandle Independent Living Center in a way that was meaningful to you.

 

Submissions will be open until December 31st, 2016 at 5pm ET. The top 20 essays as "liked" by Facebook readers will be sent to a distinguished panel of judges, who will pick six winners.

Two additional honorable mentions for “Best Use of Original Video” and two for "Best Spanish Language" story will be awarded.

 

https://www.facebook.com/GivingTuesday/app/1160921547334883/

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