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Do1Give Day – Play Virtual Tag  #tagURit on April 19, 2018!

Do1Give Day is just 6 days away – Thursday, April 19, 2018 – and we want to unite people from all over the world using the hashtag #tagURit.

#Do1Give Day started with 12 students who wanted to do a world of good. They set a goal and made a plan.   10,000 gives in 1 day. They came up with a great idea to spread giving all over the world. People will be playing a game of virtual tag using the #tagURit  #Do1Give #365give to spread giving to friends, family and social media followers.


Yup, they will be tagging people the day of the event, people who are not already participating, and getting them to do one give. How much fun!

We love this idea and want to share this super cool way to spread giving and happiness all over the world. Wanna play? This is what you need to do.

How to Play Virtual Tag on Do1Give Day – #tagURit

Step 1 – Sign up for DO1Give Day and add your team, classroom, school or neighbourhood.

Step  2 – Take a photo or video of your GIVE 

Step 3 – Post your photo or video on your favourite social media channel using  #Do1Give #tagURit #365give and tag three or four friends to your post so you SHARE your participation in Do1Give Day (E.g. Picked up garbage for #Do1Give #tagURit #365give Your up @johndoe @janedoe @billjoe your turn to Do1Give)

Step 4 – Now that your friends are tagged, they too will be completing one give, and tagging their friends to join in. This RIPPLE is the fun and impactful part of the virtual tag.

How We Will Reach our 10,000 Give Goal

Each social media post using the #Do1Give hashtag counts towards our 10,000 give goal. We will be monitoring social media to keep a count of all the gives worldwide and report back on the number gives completed during the event.

Ready to inspire others and change the world? We’ve invited our friends to help, now it’s time you invite yours! This one day event will put giving on the map and get more people to start giving every day!

You can follow along on April 19th and see how Do1Give Day participants rock giving. Get some great giving ideas as well.

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What people are saying about 365give

“I wanted to express my gratitude for the teaching you provided today. Your message was delivered eloquently, compassionately, and without judgment. The kids were engaged, and now have knowledge with which they can change the world. We all appreciated how you took the time to help us learn to build positive mindsets and practice happiness.”
Shelley Gardner, Grade 6 Ridgeview Elementary (West Vancouver)
“Actions really do speak louder than words, which is why I believe the 365give Challenge has resonated throughout my community. Every give we do is so important to us and leaves us happier and appreciating our lives a little bit more than before.”
Mahina Niyozova (Tajikistan)
“After watching the 365give TEDx Talk, I was inspired to join and begin a daily giving program in India. Today, along with 12 other volunteer women, we provide 100 meals to local underprivileged children in Bangalore for school every day.”
Deepika Ahuja, Mom (Bangalore, India)
“My life has greater meaning now.”
Renate Jorge, @BeKindBrazil and 365give Member, Family Program (Brazil)
“I just wanted to share that 365give really helped me. I am a better person now, thank you.”
MayLee, 365give Member, Individual Program
“This 365give Challenge has really injected excitement and extra enthusiasm in each work day as I think about what we can do. It has motivated me and the students.”
Cristina Peters, School Counselor (New York City, USA)
“I have seen a huge shift in energy throughout my classroom since doing the 365give Challenge. The Challenge has empowered my students to make a positive difference in the school’s community and beyond.”
Cella Adriana, Special Needs Educator /The Holliswood School (New York City, USA)
“The 365give Challenge helps students understand their impact on others. It opens avenues for introducing and discussing global and local issues in classrooms. It is powerful to watch students of all ages think about how they can make a change in another person’s life with one small act.”
Jessica Hall, Primary Teacher, French Immersion at École Pauline Johnson (West Vancouver, Canada)