GoDaddy Encourages a Spirit of Giving This Giving Tuesday

GoDaddy Encourages a Spirit of Giving This Giving Tuesday

Tuesday, November 30, 2021 - 4:00pm

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Giving Tuesday is a day that encourages people and organizations to transform their communities and the world through the act of volunteering and donations.

GoDaddy, the company empowering everyday entrepreneurs around the world by providing all of the help and tools to succeed both online and offline, is sharing the story of three GoDaddy customers whose non-profits are positively impacting their local community to help inspire others to give back.

Hashtag Lunchbag, Seattle

Karly Burke runs the #HashtagLunchBag Seattle, WA, non-profit location, a humanity service movement that makes and packs brown bag lunches with love messages to serve the homeless in Seattle. During these difficult times, the organization seeks to bring humanity and love to those who need it most.

Karly relentlessly believes we should all treat people the way you’d like to be treated and she wanted to create a movement around this principle. She puts her heart and soul into the movement and hopes Seattle companies will take notice and contribute to the cause so she can continue to serve her community. 

Learn more about Hashtag Lunchbag, Seattle.

Dottie Rose Foundation

Founded by Dr. Sharon Jones, and named after her grandmother, Dorothy Rose Moore along with her papa Dwight Brewer Moore, the Dottie Rose Foundation is hustling to close the gender gap in technology and computer sciences. This local non-profit provides Charlotte, NC, middle school aged girls the opportunity to connect the dots within the technology and computer science sphere to educate and inspire the next generation. 

Learn more about the Dottie Rose Foundation.

Keychains for Kindness

Keychains for Kindness is a nonprofit organization based in Vancouver, WA, that makes customized keychains to raise funds to help students pay for their lunch debt, children's hospitals, and other areas to support the needs of children and families. 

These keychains were created by nine-year-old Keoni, with the help of his five-year-old brother Kaleo, to support elementary school classmates who needed help to pay for their lunch, and the initiative has grown into a mission to spread kindness everywhere.

Learn more about Key Chains for Kindness.

If you are interested in learning how GoDaddy helps local communities, check out Empower by GoDaddy, a global community and philanthropic program that equips entrepreneurs in underserved communities with training, tools and peer networks to accelerate their journeys.