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How to Create a #GivingTuesday Fundraiser to Support NewBridge Services

Sunday, December 01, 2019

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Thank you for being a supporter of NewBridge Services. Please help raise donations on #GivingTuesday, Dec. 3, by creating a Facebook fundraiser. Facebook has made it easy for you to ask your Facebook friends to help you raise money for NewBridge. Best of all, Facebook is waiving fees that day so NewBridge will receive all the contributions.

Here’s a step-by-step guide with screenshots to help you create a NewBridge Fundraiser on your Facebook page. Please set up the fundraiser on either the morning of Dec. 3 or evening of Dec. 2 to take advantage of Facebook’s waiver of fees for #GivingTuesday. Click here to get the instructions. If you prefer, you can cut and paste this link into your search bar of your web browser:

Please contact NewBridge Director of Development Vicki Hess at or (973) 939-2427 if you have any questions.

Thank you!! It is because of our supporters that:

  • Hundreds of seniors receive services to live independently in their own homes. 
  • People learn to manage mental illness and substance abuse so they can enjoy life in their community.
  • Young adults who drop out of high school earn their diplomas through NewBridge’s alternative education and career program; most enroll in college or trade school, or secure employment. 
  • Hundreds of schoolchildren learn resiliency skills to protect them from substance abuse, bullying and suicide. 
  • Adults, children, and families learn through counseling to overcome life’s challenges.
  • Individuals and families with special needs have an affordable place to call home.
  • Communities affected by tragedy get help rebounding from NewBridge’s trauma experts.

The generosity of donors allows NewBridge to help more than 7,200 people each year.

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