November 29, 2016

We have been posting quite a bit about a movement called #givingtuesday, and we want all of you to get involved!

Giving Tuesday is November 29th, the Tuesday following Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It is a global movement to encourage and kick off the season of giving. Many of you are constantly giving to the CSC, and we can not tell you how much we appreciate your generosity, but on Giving Tuesday our hope is to widen our scope in the area. We want more people to know about what we are doing and how to give back. So, how can you get involved?

Giving Tuesday is fueled by social media, so we would love for you all to post about why you choose to give to the CSC. Below I will attach some examples of posts from the past, but here are some tips:

  1. Be Yourself: Tell people why the CSC maatters to you and why they should get involved.
  2. Use Hashtags: Using things like #unselfie, #givingtuesday, #csc, and #restoringdreams will make your post more accessable to people looking to give.
  3. Tag Us: We want to know why you choose to support the CSC, so please tag us on instagram or twitter with @cscnwa. Also, we may be reposting the pictures that you share on the 29th!

Once again, thank you for your comittment to the CSC and the children we serve. Be sure to follow us on our social media and on our website for ways that you can help us out throughout the year. Also, visit for post ideas and to learn more about what the day is for.

Recent News

What are the ACEs?

ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) are a collection of potentially traumatic events that occur during childhood that could result in increased risk of physical health, psychology, and social problems in adulthood. According to the organization  Prevent Child Abuse...

Handprints for Hope Luncheon

Handprints for Hope Luncheon

Our Handprints for Hope luncheon this year was held at the new Fayetteville Public Library's Event Center. With almost 500 attendees and some very special speakers and guests. The first lady of Arkansas, Susan Hutchinson started off the lunch with a speech followed by...

The More You Know – Prevention

The More You Know – Prevention

Casey Atwood has been at the Children’s Safety Center since 2006. When Casey was in school, she majored in Social Work, and during her first internship at a Fayetteville public school, her supervisor took her on a tour of the CSC and she immediately fell in love. She...