‘Giving Tuesday’ is a Day to Give Back to the Cheyenne Community
Today (December 1st) is 'Giving Tuesday'. It's your chance to help give back to the Cheyenne community through any of the many charities and organizations that help make up part of our local landscape.
The first Tuesday after Thanksgiving is celebrated every year as 'Giving Tuesday' as an effort to encourage civic participation in the Cheyenne community and give back to those organizations that are doing their part to help us thrive locally.
Here is a list of the local charities and organizations throughout the community that you can donate to for 'Giving Tuesday':
- Friday Food Bag Foundation
- Magic City Enterprises
- Relay for Life Cheyenne
- Blue FCU Foundation
- Coats for Kids
- Family Promise of Cheyenne
- The ARC of Laramie County
- Dogs and Tags of Wyoming
- Wyoming Senior Companions
- Girls on the Run Wyoming
- Wyoming Breast Cancer Initiative
- Meals on Wheels
- The Friends of Youth Alternatives Board
- Cheyenne Sunrise Rotary
- Laramie County Senior Services
- Capital City Canine Search & Rescue
- St. Joseph Food Pantry
- Wyoming 211
- Cheyenne YMCA
- Cheyenne Kiwanis Club
- Southeast Wyoming Search & Rescue/Project Lifesaver (SEWSAR)
- Comea Shelter
These are just some of the organizations that have helped the Cheyenne community become what it is today. To help donate and find out more about how you can give back to any of these organizations, you can click on the links provided for each one.
Happy 'Giving Tuesday', Cheyenne!
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