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Participate in shalom this #GivingTuesday

Celebrate #GivingTuesday by becoming an automated monthly recurring donor - help us reach our goal of 100 Shalom Partners by the end of 2022!

Giving Tuesday is here! 


What started as a simple idea and turned into a global movement, Giving Tuesday is an opportunity to come together with people around the world in the spirit of generosity.

In October we launched Shalom Partners, a new community of supporters committed to investing more deeply, more actively, and more eternally in our local community and in our precious neighbors through a monthly automated donation. 

We know many other causes are vying for your attention at this time of year. Still, we hope you will consider helping us usher God's shalom to our neighbors in Elmhurst, Corona, and Central Queens. We are almost halfway to our goal of 100 Shalom Partners by the end of 2022!

And, spread the word. Encourage your friends and family to join you in creating a real impact on November 29 by sharing what our mission means to you and why you support our organization (here's a sample email).

Learn more about Shalom Partners here

This #GivingTuesday, will you consider becoming a Shalom Partner?​

Take Action on Social Media


If you’d like to increase your impact, you can create a Facebook fundraiser to get your friends and family involved in our mission to provide relief, cultivate restoration, and model reinvestment. It’s an easy and effective way to get the word out about our work.

You can make an incredible difference with just a few minutes’ work. 

  1. Click here to create your own Facebook fundraiser.

  2. Click ‘Select Nonprofit’ and search for New Life Community Development Corporation. You’ll know it’s us by our logo!

  3. Set your goal and tell your friends why you’re supporting New Life CDC or why loving our neighbors is important to you.

  4. Start sharing your fundraiser all through the end of the day on Tuesday!


100% of donations made through Facebook go to the nonprofit organization; which means every dollar goes to our cause.

Create an Instagram Nonprofit Fundraiser:

Instagram fundraisers can be attached to video, carousel, and image posts in the feed. The fundraiser will be visible in the post and will be active for 30 days, which can be extended at any time. A link to an active fundraiser will also be added to your profile bio. ACCESS OUR GRAPHICS.

  1. On your profile, tap the Create icon (“+”) in the top right.

  2. Select Fundraiser.

  3. Enter New Life Community Development Corporation (@newlifecdcnyc) and select it from the menu. 

  4. Add details in the Fundraiser Details page, tap Add, and tap Share.

Invite others to join an Instagram Group Fundraiser:

  1. Once you’ve created your fundraiser, tap Share.

  2. Tap Invite Collaborators.

  3. Invite the account(s) you would like to join the fundraiser.

  4. Once the invitees accept, their usernames show in the fundraiser. The fundraiser is also added to their profile.

Fundraise on Instagram Stories Using a Donation Sticker

  1. Open the camera and upload one of our graphics, or your own photo.

  2. Tap the sticker icon.

  3. Select the Donation sticker from the tray.

  4. Search for and select New Life Community Development Corporation (@newlifecdcnyc).

  5. Customize your fundraiser using Stories creative tools.

  6. Tap Send To, then tap Share next to Your Story.

  7. You can add multiple images or videos to build your fundraising story.


Prefer Twitter to Facebook or Instagram? 

  1. Add our donation link to your bio. 

  2. When you post, drive your followers to the link in your bio


Have questions? 

Direct message us on any of our social media accounts or email

Thank you for supporting New Life Community Development Corporation. We seek to provide relief, cultivate restoration, and model reinvestment in the neighborhood. We desire to meet the needs and cultivate the strengths of the poor and marginalized. It is done through community-building and it is done as a demonstration of God’s compassion for the vulnerable.

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