Jumpstart holiday sales with a purpose customers will thank you for

The most powerful strategy for maximizing holiday sales is to tap into customers’ core concerns

November Cause Calendar​

With lives being upended, social impact is more top-of-mind today than ever before — it’s now a top purchase motivator. This is the perfect time to offer customers a chance to shop and do good because of it.

A November Givz-to-Shop campaign shows customers you care about the causes that matter most to them. Signaling a commitment to the community beyond your pursuit of profits. Convert discounts to donations so every purchase comes with charitable dollars to donate to any charity they choose. It generates significant sales, reduces cost, and gives customers a guilt-free reason to shop.


November 8


November 9

World Freedom Day

November 11

Veteran’s Day

November 15

America Recycles Day

November 17

International Students Day

November 20

Universal Children’s Day

November 26



11.08 – STEM Day

11.09 – World Freedom Day
11.11 – Veteran’s Day
11.15 – America Recycles Day
11.17 – International Students Day
11.20 – Universal Children’s Day
11.26 – Thanksgiving

Causes to work with for the whole month

Thanksgiving Month

Thanksgiving is an annual national holiday that we dedicate to taking inventory of all that we have to be thankful for. A physical and theoretical harvest of sorts. This year,there will be more empty placement seats at Thanksgiving dining tables across the country, and national food insecurity is at a high. Send much needed help to those in need during Thanksgiving 2020.

America Recycles Day

America Recycles Day is a nationally recognized day that is strictly dedicated to promoting recycling in America. Started as a Keep America Beautiful initiative, every year, Americans gather together to host events and raise direly needed funds for greener, more environmentally sound practices to aid in American prosperity and the preservation of our environment.

World Freedom Day

World Freedom Day is dedicated to celebrating liberty as a basic human right. First declared in 2001 by President George W. Bush to commemorate the fall of the Berlin Wall, today – with personal liberties at risk here on domestic soil – its popularity has gained momentum. On World Freedom Day, Americans from all walks of life come together to celebrate the freedom to worship, freedom to love, freedom of choice, and more.