Giving Tuesday presents us with a day full of opportunities. Because many of you now know what it is and may have even set aside money to donate on that day, we are asking that you once again consider us in your day of giving. We are really encouraging as high of a percentage of participation this year—so the amount does not matter—we just want as many of you to participate and flex those giving muscles!
Giving is the most precious human act. It is all about creating a sustainable environment in which every human being can survive and thrive. The art of giving teaches us to help others, especially those who are less fortunate, without expecting anything in return. All the activities of ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) uphold this very spirit of giving.
We are a non-profitable charitable organization meant for the spiritual and ethical welfare of everyone who is seeking the path of righteousness. From the welfare of the elderly to cow protection, from helping married couples to imparting the right kind of education to children, ISKCON has been involved in social welfare activities that touch every aspect of human life.
The art of giving is all about charity done without expecting anything in return. It is to mainly to create a world of abundance and sustainability for people who are less fortunate than us. ‘Daan’ or the act of giving is of tremendous importance in Sanatan Dharma and has been in prevalence right from the time of the Vedas.
Giving Tuesday is a day that encourages people to give back in whatever ways they can.
Flex those giving muscles and start today by giving someone a smile, a kind word, or a kind act.
Please remember us when you give on #GivingTuesday—
30 November 2021!