GivingTuesday is an annual “global generosity movement” that started in 2012 with the intention of encouraging people to do good. For one day, communities are encouraged to give what they can – whether it be time, money, or any other act of kindness – to give back to their community and make it a better place. Organizations that participate in GivingTuesday include nonprofit organizations, small businesses, corporations, schools, and faith-based organizations, and any individual can get involved in supporting the cause that they want to support.  

Vidya Community High School is a 501c3 nonprofit, independent school that was founded with the intention of providing teens with the education they will need to be successful in the real world. If you have ever had the thought “why don’t they teach that in high school?” then you likely understand our cause. By covering the topics such as organizational skills and personal finance that other schools tend to miss, we hope to empower the next generation to choose a path that truly interests them – and prepare them for whatever path that may be, college, career or service. By supporting Vidya in the upcoming GivingTuesday, you are helping us get one step closer to helping the next generation of students in the San Fernando Valley to reach their goals.  

This year, GivingTuesday is on December 1. To learn more about Giving Tuesday, check out the website https://www.givingtuesday.org/. Last year, over $500M was raised online, and nearly $2,000M online + offline, in the US on GivingTuesday 2019. Become part of this movement and follow the link https://vidyachs.org/get-involved/support-us/ to donate to Vidya CHS in honor of this year’s Giving Tuesday. Thank you in advance for any support that you provide to Vidya, your community, and the next generation of students.  

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