My Name is Emily

If you’re still recovering from Black Friday, and you’re lucky enough not to be recovering in a hospital, #GivingTuesday may be the antidote you need from all that rampant, taser-wielding consumerism.

It’s a ridiculously simple idea — to donate to worthy causes as a Black Friday hangover cure — and now IndieGoGo is helping bolster the power of the movement. They’ll be donating a dollar for every 20 raised by a multitude of partner projects today.

Whether you’re looking to help out aspiring films (like the above-pictured My Name is Emily), health outreach or beneficial tech, there’s little doubt that you’ll find a program worthy of your time and money. It’s a no-brainer. So get going.


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