On this Belated #GivingTuesday (a/k/a Wednesday), please consider supporting the Homeless Advocacy Project

STACKED_0Yesterday was Giving Tuesday. According to Wikipedia, Giving Tuesday is a movement to create an international day of giving at the beginning of the Christmas and holiday season. Well, since I’m a self-promoting, selfish you-know-what, I missed it.

Feeling bad, and hoping to corner the “Belated Giving Tuesday” (a/k/a Wednesday) market, I’m gonna appeal to your sense of charity to consider donating to a worthy cause. No, I’m not shilling for my kids’ iPhone X fund. Rather, I’m asking that you consider donating to the Homeless Advocacy Project (HAP).HAP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides free legal services to homeless individuals and families in Philadelphia. I volunteer for HAP and also sit on their Board. And, you know what would make me really look good? (There here goes…) Raising a lot of money for this great non-profit.

Seriously though, if you’re so inclined — or maybe you’re just feeling guilty about not donating yesterday — HAP is a dynamite choice for your Wednesday, err, Belated Giving Tuesday donations.

You don’t have to, but if you can, please donate by clicking here or here.

And, I promise. Tomorrow will be employment-law-blogging Thursday.

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