Since 2012, the Tuesday following Thanksgiving has been a celebrated cyber holiday known as Giving Tuesday, a worldwide campaign kicking off holiday giving by encouraging individuals to donate to charitable tax-exempt organizations following Black Friday and Cyber Monday. In the spirit of #GivingTuesday, ExemptMeNow is taking the time to recognize five of its tax-exempt superstars, all working in different fields of the nonprofit sector to further causes they are deeply committed to and passionate about. Continue reading to learn more about these organizations and how you can help them continue to give back to their communities on this #GivingTuesday and beyond! Those who donate will receive a special 20% discount code on ExemptMeNow services valid through the end of 2017 with proof of donation. Send your receipts and inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Museum of African Americans on Stamps
Located in Edwardsville, IL, the National Museum of African Americans on Stamps is a truly unique organization, looking to inspire stamp collecting as a hobby and create a dialogue about increasing African-American representation on stamps and in other public spheres. Check out our nonprofit spotlight on the Museum to learn more about the history of the organization and its programs. Donations can be made on its website here. For questions, contact Charlene Blair, Museum President and Founder, at email@example.com.
Science Teachers’ Equipment Lending Library (dba STEM Library Lab)
Science Teachers’ Equipment Lending Library, doing business as STEM Library Lab, is a New Orleans-based nonprofit that was founded in 2016 to provide a resource share facility for science equipment and planning resources for teachers to enable inquiry-based, hands-on learning in order to improve STEM outcomes throughout New Orleans classrooms. STEM Library Lab is led by Todd Wackerman, who has taught Physics and a variety of other STEM subjects at public schools in New Orleans. To learn more about the organization, check out its website. If you’d like to give to STEM Library Lab, contact Todd at twackerman@STELLneworleans.org or at 504-517-3584.
Elvin Howard Sr. Pancreatic Cancer Advocacy Foundation
The Elvin Howard Sr. Pancreatic Cancer Advocacy Foundation was created in honor of the late Elvin Howard Sr., who passed away from pancreatic cancer in September of 2008. The Foundation was created by his surviving loved ones to not only honor Elvin’s legacy, but to spread awareness about pancreatic cancer, contribute to research, and reduce the incidences of pancreatic cancer diagnoses and deaths. To learn more about Elvin Howard Sr. PCAF, visit the organization’s website or contact via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 225-800-7488. Donations can be made here.
BR Soldier Outreach
BR Soldier Outreach received its 501(c)(3) in July of 2017. Five times a year, Baton Rouge community members get together to put together care packages that are then sent to soldiers serving abroad in Afghanistan, as organized and facilitated by BR Solider Outreach. Check out our nonprofit spotlight on BR Solider Outreach to learn more about the history of the organization and its programs, or contact email@example.com. Donations can be made on its website here.
Having just received its 501(c)(3) in September of 2017, the LaFleur Foundation is a new Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based public charity that seeks to invest in people and ideas that will serve to better the Baton Rouge community, creating a more sustainable, equitable, and prosperous city for all. For more information about the Foundation’s programming and how you can donate, contact Shante Vigne at firstname.lastname@example.org.