Nevada’s ‘Big Give’ to charities
Nevadans will be coming together Thursday for one day of online giving to organizations across the state.
NevadaGIVES is conducting Nevada’s Big Give event, an online giving from 12 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. benefiting registered 501(c)(3) organizations in Nevada. The event is to foster charitable giving by encouraging Nevadans to give where they live.
“NevadaGIVES believes in the power of each person to make a positive difference in our community,” said Diana Morgan, NevadaGIVES board president. “Nevada’s Big Give celebrates that positive impact and promotes charitable giving by providing an online platform through which to support your favorite non profits or search for new causes. Our goal this year is to reach 7,000 donors with this campaign through further engagement of non profits and public schools.”
Many organizations that serve Churchill County are also listed.
The Salvation Army helps more people in more ways than any other national charity from family services to disaster relief, veteran services, care for seniors, domestic abuse victim services and those affected by substance abuse.
For 150 years, the Salvation Army has been “Doing The Most Good” for the people who need other most around the world.
Western Nevada College Foundation counts on the generous contributions of the community to provide top quality, affordable education to area students.
A gift ensures opportunities for students in need, supports innovative programs, and helps to retain outstanding faculty members. It provides the college with the flexibility and means to meet the constant and rapidly changing needs of education.
At a time when the region’s workforce demands are growing, WNC has developed innovative solutions like Jumpstart, a dual-degree program creating a path of success for high school students and the Applied Industrial Technology program which directly address the industrial work-fore challenges in our region.
WNC has developed a Veteran’s Resource Center to support our veteran’s as they transition from military life to academic demands. WNC has unique community assets like the Jack C. Davis Observatory and the nursing program which helps to staff our community’s hospital.
The mission of the Boy Scouts of America and the Nevada Area Council is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
For the full list and to donate to a cause, visit https://nvbiggive.razoo.com/giving_events/nv16/home.