Give the World
#GivingTuesday is here

December 1, 2020 is the 8th annual #GivingTuesday.

The yearly event was started to bring people together and encourage giving back after the consumerism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Now a global movement, #GivingTuesday sees more than 6,500 charities and businesses participating each year in Canada and millions of Canadians participating.

This year — more than any other time in our lifetimes — science has been at the forefront around the world. That’s because science speaks louder than words and the Weizmann Institute of Science continues to be on the leading edge of discovery.

Your donation will support the research that will create a better world, giving scientists at the Weizmann Institute the chance to dream big, explore their curiosity and ask questions with global impact.

By now you have already seen some of the amazing stories of how science changes everything. These stories are only a handful that we have to share, and with your support we look forward to all the new ways that we will change the world together.

This year #GivingTuesday will have even more impact. Thanks to  Dr. Dan Andreae’s generosityhe will be matching donations (up to $20,000 total) from now until 11:59 p.m. ET on December 1.  That means your donation now will have 2the impact to empower scientists at the Weizmann Institute to fight viruses, improvcancer treatments, find better ways to feed the world and so much more!

This #Giving Tuesday, what will you give the world? 

Donate today.


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