Giving Tuesday Waterloo Region

GivingTuesday Waterloo Region will tap into community advocates, partners and leaders to encourage everyone to give what they can – whether it’s time, goods, or funds – on November 27, 2018. The more awareness is created, the more giving activity will take place. Our Region will rely on three ingredients to be successful:

1. People talking to people – Everyone is encouraged to advocate and promote Giving Tuesday Waterloo Region using their contacts and connections, particularly on social media. Posts, tweets/retweets with a single message, a single hashtag and a single purpose will bring the networks of many to one convenient giving platform. Remember to use the hashtag #givingtuesdayWR, visit and follow us @givingtuesdaywr.

2. Partners joining together - Sign up as our partner on this site so we can help promote your campaign and activities to help you receive maximum exposure, and so that you can access all of Giving's tools and tips.

3. A supportive community – Waterloo Region is truly a giving community. With more than 500,000 residents, there is a lot of charitable potential.

Contact if you'd like to help with the local Waterloo Region movement or if you are a non-profit or local business looking to participate in Giving Tuesday.

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Giving Tuesday Waterloo Region Partners

Stratford Festival

Red River Early Learning Centre

Supportive Housing of Waterloo


Faith FM

Central Presbyterian Church

Kinbridge Community Association

Alzheimer Society Waterloo Wellington

The Realty Den

Green Light Arts

Wilfrid Laurier University

Distress and Crisis Ontario

Victoria's Quilts Canada Waterloo Wellington Branch

FaithLife Financial

3Smiles Fundraiser

The Art of Florence Morris

Waterloo Regional Crime Stoppers


Rotary Club of Waterloo

The Food Bank of Waterloo Region

Habitat for Humanity Waterloo Region

Canadian Blood Services

Days for Girls Canada Society

SHORE Centre

Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning


Monica Place

Family and Children's Services of the Waterloo Region Foundation

Rescue Dogs Match

Reception House Waterloo Region

Saint Luke' United Church

Waterloo Historical Society

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Hope Story

Schlegel Villages Charitable Foundation

Waterloo Wayside

Lost&Found Theatre

Conrad Grebel University College

Parents for Community Living -KW

Sunnyside Foundation

St. Andrew's Hespeler Presbyterian Church

ACCKWA (AIDS Committee of Cambridge Kitchener Waterloo and Area)

Business and Education Partnership of Waterloo Region

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Habitat for Humanity Waterloo Region

HopeSpring Cancer Support Centre

Oak Bridge Academy

SPECTRUM - Waterloo Region's Rainbow Community Space