Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday November 28, 2023

Join us for Giving Tuesday on November 28th, 2023!


What is Giving Tuesday?  

Giving Tuesday is a global movement that celebrates the power of people and organizations to transform their communities. This global celebration of philanthropy was created as a response to the commercialism of Black Friday and makes a big difference to Canadians and throughout the world. 


Donate and take an #Unselfie in support of Autism Ontario on Giving Tuesday 


Definition of Unselfie


#un.sel.fie noun (uhn.sell.fee) The #UNselfie, or the selfless selfie, is a powerful way to show how and why you are giving while raising awareness for the causes that are important to you! 



1. Donate in support of your favourite Autism Ontario program! 

2. Download our #Unselfie printable poster and tell us why you're giving to Autism Ontario for Giving Tuesday. 

3. Take a “selfie” holding our #Unselfie printable. 

4. Post it to Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter (all three if you like) using the hashtags: 
    #UNselfie #GivingTuesdayCa #AutismOntario #AutismMatters #CelebrateTheSpectrum 

5. Don’t forget to tag us so we can see why you are giving!  
    Twitter: @AutismONT
    Facebook: @autismontarioprovincial
    Facebook (French): @autismeontarioprovincial
    Instagram: @autismontario 
    LinkedIn: @autism-ontario 
    YouTube: @autismontario



Download our #UNselfie printable poster. Check out some examples at the bottom of the page!

I'm giving to Autism Ontario because (Giving Tuesday Unselfie Poster)











You can learn more about the Giving Tuesday movement here.  



Connect with us and join the #GivingTuesday conversation! Email Erin Cunningham, our Fundraising and Database Administrator, if you have any questions. She would love to hear from you and can be reached at



Erika Luoma holding up a sign that says I'm giving to Autism Ontario because my son has benefitted from the March Break Reimbursement Fund
A dog with a piece of paper in front of him that reads I'm Giving to Autism Ontario because of my best friend