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How You Can Embrace Spirit of Generosity on Giving Tuesday

By Mitch Randall | November 21, 2019

EthicsDaily is embracing the spirit of generosity on Giving Tuesday (Dec. 3). We will forward 20% of every donation received that day to support Fellowship Southwest’s work with churches on the border ministering to refugees.

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Mitch Randall, executive director of, announces that 20 percent of all donations to on #GivingTuesday (Dec. 3, 2019) will be forwarded to Fellowship Southwest (FSW) for its immigrant ministry relief. Randall talks with FSW program director Jorge Zapata about what the funds will do.

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