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Supercharge your impact

No matter how the economy is performing, Fidelity Charitable is here to help you embrace the season of giving back. With practical tips to help you make smarter giving decisions and inspiring stories from our donors that highlight impactful generosity, we’re helping you supercharge your giving. Whether you’re giving time, money, or skills, the resources below will spark new ideas that enable you to make more of a difference.

Smarter giving tips

Donor stories

Tell us how you plan to supercharge your impact this Giving Tuesday!

Copy this template and make it your own to let us know how YOU plan to supercharge your giving impact this year. Be sure to share your giving commitment on social media!

This #GivingTuesday, I will #SuperchargeMyImpact by (action item) to support (cause area).

Need some inspiration?

What will you do to make an impact this season? And what cause do you care most about? Check out these ideas for impactful giving commitments.

This #GivingTuesday, I will #SuperchargeMyImpact by making an unrestricted gift to support disaster relief efforts across the world.

This #GivingTuesday, I will #SuperchargeMyImpact by volunteering with my family to support our local homeless shelter.

This #GivingTuesday, I will #SuperchargeMyImpact by researching the most effective treatment organizations to support individuals in my community battling addiction.

More ideas for smarter giving

Boost your giving IQ

Wondering how to make your giving more satisfying and effective? Fidelity Charitable has four simple steps to boost your giving IQ, which will help you give even smarter.

What is a donor-advised fund?

A donor-advised fund is a simple, flexible and tax-efficient way to give to your favorite charities while potentially growing your donations over time.

9 ways to reduce your taxable income by giving to charity

If you're writing checks to your favorite charities, having a high income year, selling a business or are nearing retirement, there may be tax advantages you haven't taken advantage of.

Involve family in giving

The holiday season is a time for family and friends to gather together. This year, consider how you can bring your family together through giving.