Ready for the sixth annual Georgia Gives Day on Thursday, November 28? This state-wide online fundraiser drives awareness and donations for nonprofits across Georgia, encouraging residents to come together for a day of giving.

Since the inaugural event in 2012, Georgia Gives Day has activated more than 54,000 donors, who have given upwards of $13.5 million to support more than 2,400 organizations across the state. Donors can give directly to nonprofits on Georgia Gives Day—or any day of the year—through by selecting the organization of their choice, or searching for the cause or locale closest to their hearts.

“We’re ecstatic that, year after year, Georgia Gives Day continues to break fundraising records in support of non
profits across the state,” said Karen Beavor, president and CEO of the Georgia Center for Nonprofits (GCN), the organization responsible for envisioning, launching, and leading the annual day of giving. “One of our top goals at GCN is bringing more attention and support to the fantastic work nonprofits do in Georgia—and there are so many worthy local causes to support. Georgia Gives Day makes it easy for people to help their communities thrive with just a few clicks.”

Georgia Gives Day is also a popular way for nonprofits to engage new supporters and energize existing donors. Learn more by visiting, and keep up with the latest Georgia Gives Day news on the official Facebook page at, and via @GAGives Twitter feed.