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Why Giving Tuesday beats Black Friday

Tuesday 29th November marks the now annual Giving Tuesday to start the charitable season.

Giving Tuesday is a prime example of the impact that social media has had on the charitable sector as activists aim to promote participation in local charities, by donations of money, or time, to local causes. To read more on why Giving Tuesday should be the date in your diary, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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