$9,641 raised of our $5,000 goal
234 backers
Giving Tuesday 2023 - Lucky Fin Project
Fundraisers who raise $150 OR MORE from 11/28/23 - 12/5/23 will receive a Stanley Stainless Steel 40oz tumbler! *Tumblers will be sent out in January 2024*
About Giving Tuesday:
Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement that focuses on unleashing the power of radical generosity. It's a day that encourages individuals to give back by donating, volunteering and by doing good for others.
One thousand babies are born each year in the United States with a congenital limb difference. Help the Lucky Fin Project raise awareness and celebrate children, individuals and families affected by limb difference this Giving Tuesday. Ten Fingers Are Overrated!
How you can help:
• Fundraise - Click the "Fundraise Now" button and start a fundraising page. It's easy! Next, invite at least 10 of your friends, family members, colleagues and others to each donate $10 on your individual fundraising page. *IMPORTANT: To earn the tumbler, you MUST create an individual fundraising page to track funds raised totaling $150 or more OR make a single donation of $150 or more.*
• Donate - Click the "Donate Now" button on our Giving Tuesday 2023 page and make a contribution.
• Share - Share our Giving Tuesday page link or your fundraising page with others.

Giving Tuesday Top Fundraisers & Donors

Top Donors
Carrie Tuli
Donated $150
Dina Zuckerberg
Donated $150
Sara Lambert
Donated $150
Judith Demeritt
Donated $150
Caitlin Devoss
Donated $150
The Lucky Fin Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that exists to raise awareness and celebrate children and individuals born with symbrachydactyly or other limb differences (upper, lower, congenital, and amputee).

Read more about the organization >>

Thank you so much for choosing to donate to our Giving Tuesday 2023 fundraiser.

$10 can provide: Support for community events, awareness campaigns, and outreach efforts, helping the Lucky Fin Project foster a more inclusive and connected community for individuals with limb differences.

$50 can support: Educational materials and resources for individuals and families affected by limb differences, fostering awareness and understanding within the community.

$100-$250 can contribute to: Expanding outreach to schools and medical offices, promoting awareness, inclusivity, and understanding of limb differences, and encouraging a culture of acceptance.

$1000 and up can provide: Scholarships for individuals with limb differences to attend specialized camps or events, facilitating personal growth, skill-building, and the formation of lifelong friendships. Contributors will receive a personalized thank-you message and recognition on the Lucky Fin Project website, contributing to the sense of community and appreciation for supporters.

Your generous donation at any of these levels will make a meaningful impact on the Lucky Fin Project's mission to support and empower individuals with limb differences, fostering a community where everyone can thrive and feel accepted.
What is Giving Tuesday?

Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of radical generosity. GivingTuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. Since then, it has grown into a year-round global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity.

How can I create my fundraising page?

Well, you wouldn't have to create a separate fundraising page. Once you register for this campaign, we'll give you the link to your fundraising page.

When does the campaign ends?

Campaign ends a day after the Giving Tuesday on 30th November 2023.. Once you register for this campaign, we'll give you the link to your fundraising page.

I am an international donor (non-US), what are my donation charges and tax-deductibility?

For international donors (non-US), please note that all donations are processed in US dollars. Your bank may apply an exchange rate fee, so it's advisable to check with your bank for details.

To understand tax deductibility for your donation, we recommend consulting a tax professional who can provide personalized guidance.

Who can sponsor my fundraising efforts?

The short answer is - everyone. The fundraising research shows that the number one reason for people not donating is that they weren't asked to.

That said, there are things you can do to attract people to sponsor you. Adding a picture to your fundraising page, telling potential donors why this cause is so personal to you, sharing your fundraising page on social media, email, and chat groups.

Last, if your employer has a gift matching program, check with the human resources department to support your favorite cause as well.

Who can I contact if I need help?

You can contact us any time if you need help. We love hearing from our users so please don't hesitate to write to us about issues, suggestions, or to just say hi. You can also contact the non-profit administrator directly if you would like.