Many LGBT nonprofits can use your money Thursday

Posted on 12 Sep 2012 at 11:42am

Every year, DonorBridgeTX.org helps extend your charitable donation even further with A Day to Donate: North Texas Giving Day. Here’s how it works: On Thursday, Sept. 13, for every donation to a nonprofit organization of $25, a portion of your contribution will be matched by the organization. That could potentially double your donation. And since many of the 1,000 official nonprofits on the list have ties to the gay community, you can do something really wonderful.

Some of the registered charitable groups serve the HIV/AIDS community, including AIDS Arms, AIDS Interfaith Network, AIDS Outreach Center, Bryan’s House, Legacy Counseling Center and AIDS Services of Dallas. Others are involved in arts and culture, including the Turtle Creek Chorale, The Women’s Chorus of Dallas, Uptown Players, WaterTower Theatre, Theatre 3 and the Van Cliburn Foundation. Still others simply work to make life better for those among us, like Meals on Wheels, the Fort Worth Zoo, Friends of the Katy Trail, Lambda Legal, Legal Hospice of Texas, Operation Kindness and KNON and KERA.

Frankly, we wouldn’t know how to choose just one. But you should.

Times are tight now, but they are tight for nonprofits, too. Click here to load DonorBridgeTx.org‘s  web page and find the nonprofit(s) you’d like to support. Then give $25 or more and see your contribution multiply.

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