Get your business involved in #GivingTuesday

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Get your business involved!

Are you interseted in getting your business involved in supporting Dayton Children's on #GivingTuesday? Download our #GivingTuesday corporate tool kit for ways to get started.

Contact Beth Deines at with any questions.

Five ways that your company can support Dayton Children’s this #GivingTuesday

  1. Encourage employees to make a donation. Consider doing an employer match challenge as an incentive. If you are already an employer who matches donations to Dayton Children’s, have the forms available to give to employees to make it easy!
  2. Distribute “I Support Dayton Children’s #GivingTuesday” stickers to your employees to wear throughout the day. To order stickers for your company please e-mail marketing@childrensdayton.orgby November 25 with the number of stickers you will need for December 3 and an address to which we can mail them.
  3. Take pictures of employees with the “I’m giving to Dayton Children’s on #GivingTuesday because….” sign (located on page 4 of tool kit) and share on Facebook (be sure to tag Dayton Children’s!)
  4. Print out #GivingTuesday icons (located on page 5 of tool kit) to sell to customers or clients for a donation. They can write their name on the present “tag” to show support and you can hang these in your business location.
  5. Post on your company’s Facebook, Twitter or Instagram account about your support of Dayton Children’s on #GivingTuesday. Be sure to use #DCHGivingTuesday!

  • Dayton Children's is proud to be a Children's Miracle Network Hospital.

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Upcoming Events

Free bike helmets will be given out as part of the Monroe Bike Rodeo this year.

The 1st Annual Logan X. Hess Stop Child Abuse Poker Run and Car Show will take place August 3. The ride begins at the Piqua American Legion and ends at Edison Community College. The car show will be at Edison Community College.

West Carrollton Police will be on hand to insure proper fit for all bike helmets.

Sample the distinctive flavors of the many cultures of Old North Dayton while enjoying entertainment, children's activities and a bicycle decoration competition for ages 9-16. All bike entries MUST be registered with the Dayton Police in advance at or at the Festival at 5:30 PM.

As part of the National Night Out, the Germantown Police Department will assist with the proper fitting of bicycle helmets for children without them.

A bike safety program will be part of the National Night Out Against Crime, with Trotwood Fore & Rescue personnel on hand to help insure proper fit of all bicycle helmets.

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