If you live in Seattle, or have ever made a donation to a Seattle nonprofit, you’ve probably heard about The Seattle Foundation’s GiveBIG campaign approximately 600,000 times in the past couple of weeks. (Just in case your inbox is not currently bursting with GiveBIG emails: it’s an annual, 24 hour, “day of giving” campaign in which the Seattle Foundation and its sponsors offer “stretch” funds and “golden tickets” to increase donations to close to 2,000 participating nonprofits).
This year, we’re asking you to Give SMALL to the Seattle Globalist – and become part of something big. We know there’s power in numbers, so today we want YOU more than we want your cash.
Will you help us reach our goal of 150 supporters today? Even a $5 donation will help us reach our goal – and make you part of something big.
Why give SMALL to the Globalist?
At the Seattle Globalist, we get to see how small changes can have BIG impacts every single day.
Through our youth apprenticeship program, we work with incredible young people like Joy Okot-Okidi, who is working on a photo essay about representation of young black women in the media. We asked her why you should support the Globalist.
Please join me today in supporting the work of rising young journalists like Joy. Give SMALL to the Seattle Globalist, and become part of something big.