What is it?

Giving Tuesday is the day to do good stuff for charity.

What is it

How does it work?

We want you to do good stuff for your favourite charity or cause on Giving Tuesday.

Here’s how it works: on the day you can choose to support any charity you want in any way you want. You can choose one of our partners to support, or you can pick a totally different organisation – it’s up to you.

You choose how you want to support them. Whether you bake good stuff, make good stuff, donate good stuff, tweet good stuff or even say good stuff ‐ how you support your favourite cause is totally up to you!

You’ll be joining some of Britain’s biggest brands, charities and celebrities, as well as thousands of people in the UK all doing good stuff for charity.

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Giving Tuesday arrived in the UK in 2014. Since then, the day has gone on to become one of Britain’s biggest days for charities, raising millions of pounds for good causes.

Giving Tuesday now runs in over 70 countries around the world including the US, Canada, Russia, Germany, Spain, Singapore, Australia and Brazil.

Meet the team

Giving Tuesday is brought to you in the UK by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF). Meet some of the CAF team who work on the campaign, and don’t forget to say hello!

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Kim Roberts

Kim grew up in North Wales before travelling to America for university. After moving back to the UK she started her career working in politics – first for a political conferencing company, then later at the House of Commons. She’s also worked as a waitress and as a tennis coach but she wasn’t very good at either of those things.

Kim joined the Giving Tuesday team in 2015 and now runs the campaign in the UK. She’s also part of the Charities Aid Foundation’s campaigns team where she works on various campaigns to encourage people to support charities.

When she’s not at work Kim can usually be found on the tennis court or watching an obscure documentary about British history.

Kim is currently on maternity leave, but will return to her role as project lead next year.

Email: kroberts@cafonline.org
Twitter: @kimkroberts3


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Hannah Iqbal

Hannah is the Social Media Manager at Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) and is in charge of running social media for Giving Tuesday. Hannah is also responsible for supporting the Marketing and Communications team by helping them promote their campaigns.

Previously, Hannah worked at the City of London Police for eight years. She initially joined as a Police Community Support Officer but later moved to the Communications Department where she eventually managed the force’s social media entity and increased the force’s main Twitter account by 80,000 followers over a three year period. She also trained several officers of all ranks on how to use Twitter and created additional accounts for the dogs unit amongst others!

A poster of Hannah in her Special Constable uniform was plastered across the City of London on phone boxes, building sites and on the tube as part of a crime prevention initiative. Let’s just say, many people got to take a selfie with her.

Email: hiqbal@cafonline.org
Twitter: @HannahIqbal1

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Amy Shaw

Amy has recently joined CAF as Policy and Communications Executive, where she supports the team with policy development, campaigns, events and public affairs engagement work.  2017 was her first Giving Tuesday campaign, where she supported the team by maintaining the website and promoting the campaign in Parliament.

Prior to joining CAF, Amy studied Geography at the University of Glasgow, where she was involved in a number of charities including UNICEF and Glasgow University Service to the Homeless.

Outside of work, Amy can be found playing hockey, exploring London and spending too much time watching Netflix.

Email: ashaw@cafonline.org



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Ashleigh Milson

Ash works on the campaigns and public affairs team at CAF where she works to improve the operating climate for charities in the UK and internationally. She is currently covering Kim’s role as project lead whilst she’s off with her new baby daughter.

Prior to joining CAF in July 2016, Ash worked at the charity Guide Dogs on campaigns related to improving the independence of people with sight loss. She studied History at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and completed a postgraduate diploma in public affairs.

Outside of work, Ash can usually be found cycling or drinking G&T.

Email: amilson@cafonline.org

Twitter: @ashmilson


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