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Giving Tuesday in Pelham

Dear Pelham Examiner Reader,

Today is Nov. 28, also known in the nonprofit world as Giving Tuesday. For those of you unfamiliar with the term, Giving Tuesday is like the Super Bowl for nonprofits and philanthropic causes. It’s a nationally acknowledged day of giving, and many of your favorite causes will be making appeals. You might get messages from them today, if you haven’t already.

We are extremely lucky here in Pelham to have so many incredible organizations supporting our community. We know that at the Pelham Examiner because we cover their activities all year. We hope you will consider donating to our local nonprofits. Here is a partial list, in no particular order:

  • Pelham Together
  • Pelham Civic Association
  • Picture House Regional Film Center
  • Pelham Chamber of Commerce
  • Junior League of Pelham
  • Pelham Education Foundation
  • Project Community Inc.
  • Rotary Club of the Pelhams
  • The Manor Club of Pelham
  • Pelham Art Center
  • Pelham Booster Club
  • Friends of the Town of Pelham Public Library

And, of course, we hope you’ll consider supporting the nonprofit Pelham Examiner, too!

Happy Giving Tuesday!

Rich Zahradnik
Executive Director
The Hudson Valley Local News Lab Inc.

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