Kitsap Great Give begins tomorrow, April 21

Kitsap Great Give begins tomorrow, April 21

Donations are also accepted through April 20 if you wish to give early

Times are tough, and many folks are struggling to make ends meet as businesses are shuttered and the economy has come to a halt during this COVID-19 crisis.

But for those who have the ability to give, one of the county’s biggest fundraising events begins tomorrow — The Kitsap Great Give.

The ‘Great Give” is a 24-hour, online event organized by the Kitsap Community Foundation. It will be held tomorrow (April 21), but you can also give early through April 20 if you wish.

To incentivize donations to your favorite non-profit, there are also a few prizes available. For example, the non-profit that raises the most money by 9 a.m. on April 21 will receive the Early Bird Prize in the form of $1,000.

There are 334 participating non-profit organizations this year, ranging from local conservancy organizations to libraries and social and athletic youth clubs. A full list can be found on the Kitsap Great Give’s website.

For frequently asked questions about the Kitsap Great Give, click here.

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