7 small nonprofits that deserve your support

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We have a day for giving thanks, a day for stampeding storefronts, a day for splurging online, and in the last few years, a global day of giving back. Today, we celebrate what has now been coined #GivingTuesday.

100% of respondents to our recent Crosscut reader survey said they give to at least one non-profit each year. Which means the odds are you – dear philanthropist – are considering making a charitable gift to an organization you appreciate today, or before the end of the year. So while you’re pulling out your checkbooks, we’ve asked a few civic leaders to help shine the spotlight on seven small non-profits packing a big impact here in the Northwest that you may not have heard about… yet.

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Tamara Power-Drutis

Tamara Power-Drutis is a writer, researcher and the former executive director of Crosscut.

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