Walmart:12 Days of Giving – Nominate A Nonprofit to Win!

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Do you want to help during the holidays?  Perhaps you don’t have the money to give? Here is your opportunity to help a local nonprofit in your area. You have just FOUR days left to nominate your local nonprofit for  Walmart’s 12 Days of Giving.

Walmart will give a total of $1.5 million to local nonprofits  through the Facebook Promotion. In the spirit of the holidays, Walmart wants to give to local  nonprofits across the country that provide the essentials  –    like food, shelter, baby formula,  diapers, coats and other cold-weather clothing – to those in need.

Here is all you have to do.. head over to Facebook and tell Walmart in 200 words or less, why you think your nonprofit is deserving. Not sure who to nominate? Perhaps a school, a church or a food pantry.

I personally decided to nominate Twin Valley Foodbank.  Why?   There are many hungry people in my own community.  We often remember to give during the holidays, but there are people in need year round.   I feel compelled to donate to a the pantry because they provide basic needs that many of us overlook or forget.  They also touch the lives of my fellow community members.

To nominate a nonprofit you will need:

  • Nonprofit name
  • Nonprofit contact info
  • Nonprofit website
  • Photo (optional

On December 10, Walmart will start the “12 Days of Giving,” by announcing funding to the winning nonprofits that were nominated on Facebook.
 Go on and vote for your local nonprofit!

Leave a comment here letting us know who you nominated! Good Luck! Hoping your nonprofit gets a donation!

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  • Patricia Mendoza

    Please help vote for our Infinite Love non profit. They have been doing this on there own since Feb of 2012. They are hard working individuals that still make time of their busy schedule every Tue and Fri to ensure some of the homeless have a decent meal. They do this after their day of working they come home and make time to ensure they give back to their community. The have inspired me to get involve and come to realized that you don’t need to have alot of money or time to impact your local community. Thank Infinite Love for your inspiration.

  • This is a great NJ organization established in memory of my niece who was killed in 2010. We provide basic needs to local foster children such as Xmas gifts, coats, sneakers, diapers, wipes, formula, turkeys, prom dresses etc. in less than two yrs we have taken care of thousands of children in need. Please pick us!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • The Mid-Town Divas of Memphis

    I’m nominating the Mid-Town Divas of Memphis. They are an inner city group of boys and girls from single family homes. They work very hard in the community doing community service project. Last year they collected enough food for 4 baskets. 2 baskets were Thanksgiving and 2 were Christmas baskets that was giving to 4 needed families in the community. They also raised and collect money for hats, gloves for the nursing homes and the homeless. These children volunteer their time at least 3-4 days a week at Orange Mound Community Center. They help keep the community clean, they also perform and compete at several events in the Orange Mound Community. They supported the Southern Heritage Classic for the 1oth year straight. The Sponsor is Ms. Alene Mimi Fifer email is phone number is 901-413-8202