A first look at some Giving Tuesday 2020 successes!

The Giving Tuesday UK team is working hard to evaluate the successes of GT2020 – but while we wait to find out exactly how much money was raised this year, we bring you a round-up of some of the many great social media campaigns from Giving Tuesday last week.

The Giving Tuesday campaign attracted the support of many celebrities and brands with #GivingTuesday trending on Twitter in the top 4 from 9am and in the top spot from 10am!

This image shared globally on Instagram and drawn by Portuguese artist, Sara de Medeiros Pinto, really sums by the generosity and kindness shared around the world.

Here’s a selection of posts from celebrities, charities and brands who supported #GivingTuesday this year.

Celebrity support

This year, many celebrities showed support for charities’ #GivingTuesday campaigns.

Other celebrities included; Michelle Obama, Neil Gaiman, Lady Phyll, James Blunt, Sarah Brown and Bastille. 


Big organisations to join the campaign included Oxfam, The National Trust, Cancer Research, Save the Rhino and the International Rescue committee.

Many smaller partner organisations also ran successful campaigns.


Many businesses ran appeals to support charities on #GivingTuesday.