#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration.

Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving.

In Fondren and LeFleur East, there’s no shortage of charitable organizations who could benefit from your generosity, be it through financial donations or volunteer service.

We’ve listed more than three dozen organizations below and links to find out more about their work. Give generously!

Fondren Renaissance Foundation (story)
American Cancer Society (story)
Animal Rescue Fund of Mississippi (story)
Ask For More Jackson
Bike Walk Mississippi (story)
Canopy Children’s Solutions
Catholic Charities
Community Foundation for Mississippi
Eat Run Mississippi
Extra Table
Friends of Children’s Hospital (story)
Good Samaritan Center (story)
Greater Belhaven Foundation
Greater Jackson Arts Council
Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area (story)
Hard Places Community (story)
Hope House of Hospitality
HRC Mississippi (story)
Keep Jackson Beautiful (story)
LeFleur East Foundation (story)
Midtown Partners
Millsaps College
Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum Foundation
Mississippi Arts Commission
Mississippi Children’s Museum (story)
Mississippi Kidney Foundation (story)
Mississippi Library Commission
Mississippi Museum of Natural Science Foundation
Mississippi Public Broadcasting
Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame (story)
Operation Shoestring
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
Red Door Jackson (story)
Refill Café
Ronald McDonald House (story)
Salvation Army
Society of St. Andrew (story)
Sow Reap Feed (story)
Special Olympics of Mississippi (story)
Stewpot Community Services
St. Dominic Health Services Foundation
United Methodist Volunteers in Mission
Volunteer Mississippi (story)
Women’s Foundation of Mississippi (story)

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