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After eight years of OmahaGives!, the Omaha community now has a new way to show its love and appreciation for nonprofits. Thanks to a partnership with SHARE Omaha, we now have Do Good Days! SHARE Omaha’s Do Good Days, presented by FNBO, is three days dedicated to meeting the cash needs of nonprofits in our community, as well as volunteer and item needs. These days of giving are in place of OmahaGives!, so if you are used to looking out for that campaign as your time to donate to RESPECT, please note that May 17th – 19th is your time to make that contribution and do good!
Help RESPECT spread the word during DO GOOD DAYS using the language below!
Text: Hi! I’m a fan of RESPECT and today is “Give On Tuesday” during SHARE Omaha’s Do Good Days. Please consider donating to this worthy organization who has been doing so much – even during the pandemic – to address bullying, mental health, and social issues through the use of theatre. No donation is too small! Help me win by donating at www.shareomaha.org/donate/respect. In the donation code please write my name so they know I referred you.
Facebook: Help me support RESPECT and win a prize for bringing in new donors! Today is GIVE ON TUESDAY as part of SHARE Omaha’s #DoGoodDays. I’m supporting RESPECT because of the amazing work they do to address bullying, mental health, and other social issues in our community through theatre. Even during the pandemic they have transitioned to offer virtual interactive theatre programs using a combination of recorded and live interactive video sessions along with additional video resources for educators. Please donate at www.shareomaha.org/donate/respect. In the donation code please write my name so they know I referred you.
I’m sure as someone who cares about the community you’ve probably been bombarded with Do Good Week emails, but I wanted to ask that you consider making a donation to RESPECT today. RESPECT is an organization that has been using theatre to educate about bullying and healthy relationships since 2000. They have reached nearly 600,000 students since they began. I’m really passionate about RESPECT’s work because they help students to think for themselves to develop strategies to prevent bullying or help out those who are being targeted. But all the more so during the pandemic they have done tremendous work to transition their live theatre organization into one that offers schools and organizations programs remotely using a combination of recorded and live interactive video sessions. In just the past several months they have created seven new virtual educational plays to address the most pressing issues such as COVID-19, racial inequality, and identity-based bullying. You can find out more about this organization at www.respect2all.org.
Today is a special day for you to give as it is GIVE ON TUESDAY- Part of SHARE Omaha’s Do Good Days! Please donate at www.shareomaha.org/donate/respect. In the donation code please write my name so they know I referred you. No donation is too small!