#GivingTuesdayNow is a global day of giving and unity that will take place on May 5, 2020 as an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19.
The Artemis Center serves Domestic Violence survivors and their children, throughout the Greater Dayton area. During the pandemic, Artemis Center's 24/7 domestic violence hotline has stayed fully operational, therapy sessions have continued over video calls, and support groups gather virtually. We are proud to be essential and will continue to be open to support survivors.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Miami Valley create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. During this unprecedented time, we ask that you remember the most vulnerable among us, our children. Our children and families will be some of the hardest hit during this health crisis and economic downturn. The needs are great and growing. With the launch of our Big Neighbors initiative, we will help to meet the basic needs of our most vulnerable Littles and their families by providing meals and delivering prescriptions and other essential items. If you would like to assist us in this effort, please donate today.
The Boonshoft Museum of Discovery serves more than 200,000 guests, students, and teachers each year – but we could not fulfill our mission without the generous support from the community and individual donors, just like you. In honor of the 127 year history of the organization and our community, the Dayton Society of Natural History has decided to partner with #GivingTuesdayNow, a global day of giving on May 5th, 2020. If you would like to support our organization during these unprecedented times, any gift is appreciated and will help to support our staff and zoo animals.
The Dayton Art Institute strives to make art available for all, but we need your help, now more than ever! The COVID-19 pandemic is having an unimaginable impact on our operations and our ability to raise funds, and we need your help. We are committed to making your donation count and updating you on how funds raised are working to pull your museum through this crisis. We are fortunate to have a museum like this in our community, and we need you to help ensure a vibrant future for it. Join us by donating to the Annual Fund TODAY.
As our region’s pediatric specialty hospital, Dayton Children’s has an obligation to carry on and remain that strong source of care and hope for families who need us in their time of greatest need. That’s why we have established a new COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund. This special fund will ensure our care teams have all the tools and resources they need to continue caring for kids the way only Dayton Children’s can.
An anonymous donor is matching ANY donation to the Dayton International Peace Museum up to $10,000 between now and the Giving Tuesday Now event on May 5.
Dayton Live (formerly Victoria Theatre Association and Ticket Center Stage), is one of Dayton, Ohio's premier not-for-profit arts organizations, presenting more than 300 performances for all ages and interests each year. Dayton is blessed with an arts scene that offers more diversity, size and scope than most cities its size. Please consider acting to support the future of our amazing arts community here in Dayton. Reach out to organizations that you value. Donate the value of those canceled tickets back to them. Make a special one-time gift. Purchase a membership. The show MUST go on. We're looking forward to seeing you again soon!
As a nonprofit arts organization, the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance relies on the people we serve. That has never been more true than during this time of event closures as our community works together to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Please consider the role the performing arts play in your life and support the Dayton Ballet, Dayton Opera, and the Dayton Philharmonic with a gift of any amount today.
Equitas Health is a regional not-for-profit community-based healthcare system and federally qualified community health center look-alike. Its expanded mission has made it one of the nation’s largest LGBTQ healthcare organizations.
FLOC is proud to offer resources to those in our community in great need during these most difficult times. We are providing meals to thousands, tutoring students who need academic aide, setting up a pantry with the Dayton Mall. We are doing this with the help of so many, and are so grateful to be of service. FLOC is 100% volunteer based. Any and all monies coming to us go directly to those we serve.
With so many unknowns and information changing rapidly about the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to assure you that the dedicated healthcare professionals at Ohio's Hospice Of Dayton remain focused on providing individualized care and a calming presence to patients and families, while employing the guidelines set forth by the Ohio Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As we work to nurture and care for those in need, we ask you to provide support in any way you can.
Here at the Humane Society of Greater Dayton (a no-kill animal shelter), in the face of fewer adoptions, less volunteers and less access to the public, our animals need you more than ever. And thanks to some of our generous donors, your gift will be doubled (up to $3,500) to help twice as many animals. Amid times of pain or uncertainty, animals have always given us comfort. Give now through May 5 to save 2X as many lives.
Make It Dayton has recently produced and delivered over 3,000 3D-printed face shields to local hospitals. Now, the Dayton group has transitioned their effort to helmet mounted face shields for emergency flight nurses. Read their amazing story here: Dayton group designs helmet mounted face shields for emergency flight nurses
Partners For Community Living provides community arts/ entertainment events to raise awareness and funding in support of individuals with autism, Down Syndrome and other developmental disabilities. When you make a gift or become an event sponsor, you make a direct and immediate impact on the quality of life for nearly 500 individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities.
St. Vincent de Paul is a faith-based non-profit serving the Greater Dayton Area. We aid the homeless and impoverished by providing emergency shelter, transitional and permanent supportive housing, food, clothing and household items, and guidance to leading a self-sustaining life. In 2019, the St. Vincent de Paul food pantries provided groceries to more than 37,245 hungry individuals in our community.
Donate to United Rehabilitation Services to support Pandemic Child Care for essential workers, educational kids for children and adults with disabilties at home and personal care items like diapers and wipes.
YWCA Dayton is the oldest women's organization in Dayton, Ohio, providing the only domestic violence shelters in Montgomery and Preble counties, Ohio. You can ensure this work continues, right here in the Miami Valley, by giving now.