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Elevate Your Cause Sweepstakes

October 18, 2016

GivingTuesday_11.29.2016This #GivingTuesday, November 29, Foundation Center — the parent organization of Philanthropy News Digest — is giving nonprofits an opportunity to grab the spotlight by "donating" our social media channels to a few lucky winners!

Enter our Elevate Your Cause Sweepstakes for a chance to win 1 of 5 spots on our Twitter and Facebook feeds on #GivingTuesday and increase your reach by 130,000 people globally. The five winners also get a fundraising success kit valued at over $3,000, while all entrants who meet the entry requirements* will receive a free trial to Foundation Directory Online, our top fundraising prospect research tool!

We'll be accepting entries through November 9. To enter, click here.

Good luck to all!

*Open to 501(c)(3) organizations in the United States that have been in existence for at least a year and have a valid email and existing online donation page. ARV of all prizes: $3,498. 

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