With Giving Tuesday 2018 just one week away, we’d like to share Rainbow Rabbit’s 2018 #GivingTuesday video. If Rainbow Rabbit has inspired you, or someone close to you, please share with the hashtags #GivingTuesday and #ColorMeKind.
If you’re able to contribute to Rainbow Rabbit on #GivingTuesday, click here. No donation is too small. As always, thank you in advance for any contributions towards Rainbow Rabbit!
Last week, Rainbow Rabbit delivered an important message in regards to Giving Tuesday.
We’re encouraging those inspired by Rainbow Rabbit to create a Facebook fundraiser, or a #GivingTuesday video with your family, community or staff, explaining and sharing on YouTube, Facebook, and social media how Rainbow Rabbit has affected or inspired you. Please include the hashtag #GivingTuesday and #ColorMeKind on Tuesday, November 27, 2018. The more stories we share, the more money we raise, and the bigger impact our program will have!
Team Rainbow Rabbit is also seeking a matching partnership with a donor or corporation for our greatest success yet, and we would love your help in doing so.
If you know of an organization that is in line with with Rainbow Rabbit’s goals, please include this donation link in a Facebook post or Tweet with the hashtags #GivingTuesday and #ColorMeKind.
Feel free to use any of the logos below for your #GivingTuesday efforts, including any variation of the following copy:
-Support Rainbow Rabbit on #GivingTuesday, November 27th! #ColorMeKind
-#GivingTuesday is a global giving movement. Support Rainbow Rabbit on November 27th! #colormekind
-Rainbow Rabbit has inspired thousands. Please join the #GivingTuesday movement to support their cause! #colormekind
We will keep you updated throughout the next two weeks through all of our social media forums on the progress of Giving Tuesday 2018. Thank you kindly in advance for any contributions made towards Rainbow Rabbit!
About Giving Tuesday:
Founded in 2012 by the 92nd Street Y – a community and cultural center in New York City − #GivingTuesday has inspired millions of people to give back and support the causes they believe in.
To contribute a donation to Rainbow Rabbit for #GivingTuesday, click here.
It’s been exactly one year since Rainbow Rabbit announced it’s status as a 501c3: Rainbow Rabbit Educational Services Corp. Now, in recognition of National Nonprofit Day, Rainbow Rabbit would like to thank all of those who continue to donate to our cause of changing the lives of today’s young children!
For the second straight year, Rainbow Rabbit Educational Services Corp. was recognized for its transparency with a Bronze Seal on their GuideStar Nonprofit Profile!
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To offer a donation to Rainbow Rabbit, you can click here.
To become a partner or a sponsored donor, please contact [email protected] or Joe Vallee (856) 275-3166.
Brian Startare’s act of kindness shown towards his son Braydon happened rather unexpectedly. However, his actions set the gold standard for all dads to follow if their child ever seems to hit an unexpected rough patch.
Braydon, who was participating in his South Jersey school’s end of the year talent show, caught some unexpected stage fright as he began his comedy routine, which he worked on with his dad a few weeks prior to the show.
It was then when Brian sensed Braydon might not be able to go on. He had to act fast.
“I knew he was struggling. I just thought he wasn’t going to finish. I knew he wanted to, and I just didn’t want him to be disappointed,” said Brian, who stood by the side of the stage encouraging Braydon.
What followed was nothing short of inspiring.
Brian, a former Philadelphia sports talk radio show host and current public address announcer at Saint Joseph’s University, stopped filming Braydon, promptly joined him on stage, put his arm around his son, and said “We’re gonna do this together.” What was once a solo act became a comedy duo, and the two received several rounds of applause. In fact, the gesture was so seamless on Brian’s behalf that many in the audience assumed his arrival was simply part of the show.
In regards to his act of kindness, the elder Startare was modest, claiming it was something any father would do to help their child.
“Be a good dad. Be a good parent. Set good examples. Raise good people,” he said.
I think we can all agree on that!
You can watch the heartfelt video below.