5 Simple Steps to Celebrate and Show Support for Important Social Causes


Powerful and truthful, I have always supported the belief that if you don't stand for something, you will fall for anything. Teaching my family the importance of showing support for causes that you care about has always been a way of life. Whether supporting important social causes in the form of monetary donations or time commitment, we can all make an effort to do something. Let's put a plan into action with these 5 simple steps to show support for important social causes. We all reap the benefits, as we rise by lifting others.

I was compensated by Evite for my original Evite Donations #1MillionTogether content and social media influences in contributing this advertorial. All content and opinions expressed are my own intellectual property.


5 Simple Steps to Celebrate & Show Support 

for Important Social Causes


Keep a close watch on your inbox, 0ur family is notorious for blasting out those fun and festive Evite invitations for our personal celebrations with family and friends. I always say that it is a well-known fact that the party officially starts with the delivery of an event's invitation or card. Celebrating those special moments can really make a statement by showing your support for an important social cause. Consider the significance of being able to accept charitable donations from family and friends on behalf of your favorite nonprofit organization, in place of, or in addition to, receiving traditional celebration gifts. 


Evite Donations, powered by Pledgeling, is a free interactive tool that takes every Evite event to the next level as an opportunity to give back to a selected charity or organization. Through Evite Donations, event hosts can simply include cause donations to their invitations by selecting their favorite nonprofit from more than 10,000 choices, or by recommending a new nonprofit. Guests are then able to donate to support the cause through Evite.com as desired, without a fee to make donations. 




Evite is taking on the bold challenge of raising an additional one million dollars this holiday season through generous donations to Evite Donations powered by Pledgeling. Here are 5 simple steps to show support for important social causes and to help Evite reach their #1MillionTogether goal.

Step 1 - Add

Select the free option to "Add Donations"  to any invitation.

Step 2 - Choose

Choose from thousands of non-profits or recommend a new one.

Step 3 - Set a Goal

Set a fundraising goal to encourage your guests to give.

Step 4 - Accept Donations

Guest can easily donate without leaving Evite. Fees are never charged to make a donation.

Step 5 - Get Notified

Get notified when your guests donate and support your cause.

Visit Evite for your upcoming formal or casual event and help to show support for your favorite cause. Evite Donations has helped to raise over $1 million to-date for charities nationwide. 

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Denise Murray Wong

Hi! I'm Denise, a media-friendly, New York based, freelance writer with a background in Early Childhood Education. My blog, niecyisms and nestlings focuses on everyday living, family, parenting life and style, and healthy lifestyles. Denise and her husband, along with their three wonderful children and two rescued cats live in the rural mountains within the beautiful scenic Hudson Valley of Upstate, NY.