Starting your Givz campaign that highlights social holidays will not only get resources to charities that can make a difference in the world, but will drive sales in a measurable and cost-effective way.
The social impact and immediate financial gain generated by the campaign will come while creating invaluable levels of trust and a strong connection with your customers.
Work with your customers’ interests and choose one of our highlighted causes for September!
We have also curated a list of trusted charities you can highlight to make setting up a campaign even easier.
National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
World Alzheimer’s Month
Infant Mortality Awareness Month
National Wildlife Day
International Day of Charity
International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies
International Literacy Day
World Suicide Prevention Day
National Day of Service and Remembrance
National Day of Peace
World Rhino Day
World Rivers Day
9.1 – 9.30 National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
9.1 – 9.30 World Alzheimer’s Month
9.1 – 9.30 Infant Mortality Awareness Month
9.4 National Wildlife Day
9.5 International Day of Charity
9.7 International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies
9.8 International Literacy Day
9.10 World Suicide Prevention Day
9.11 National Day of Service and Remembrance
9.21 National Day of Peace
9.22 World Rhino Day
9.27 World Rivers Day
World Alzheimer’s Month is the international campaign by Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) every September to raise awareness and challenge the stigma that surrounds dementia. Launched in 2012, World Alzheimer’s Month’s goal is to spread information and dispel false claims about the effects and treatments for Alcheimer’s. Today, about 2 out of every 3 people globally believe there is little or no understanding of dementia in their countries. The stigmatisation and misinformation that surrounds dementia remains a global problem that requires global action. The impact of World Alzheimer’s Month is not only educating millions, but raising funds to continue the battle against this destructive disease.
Celebrated on September 8th, International Literacy Day is an opportunity for governments and society as a whole to reflect on the successes and failures of education around the world. The importance of educating the youth across the globe cannot be overstated, as the upcoming generations must be prepared to take our world into the future. The issue of literacy is a key component of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, and a big part of its agenda is universal access to quality education and learning opportunities throughout people’s lives. Ensuring all young people achieve literacy and numeracy and that adults who lack these skills are given the opportunity to acquire them would change lives and open doors for millions of people.
The U.S. celebrates National Wildlife Day on September 4th. It’s an opportunity for everyone to step back, take a deep breath and think about the natural life that surrounds us. It is inspiring to consider preservation and conservation efforts that work to improve and protect the natural world. Celebrating National Wildlife Day comes in many different forms, but three easy ways to join in are to take a hike, donate to conservation groups, and to clean a natural habitat in your community. These environments are not only crucial for the flora and fauna living in them, but also provide numerous benefits for our minds, bodies, and souls when we interact with them.