A new way to donate to local Siouxland organizations announced

It’s a Siouxland first. 

In October, residents across Siouxland will have an opportunity to donate in a big way to more than 50 non-profit organizations. 

The Siouxland Community Foundation today announced "Big Give Day." 

On October 9th, Siouxlanders will be able to easily donate to a number of local charities. 

The day is meant to raise awareness about local non-profit organizations.

"It’s a 24 hour online giving platform to give to organizations that you care about or organizations that have touched your life personally," says Rebecca Krohn, Siouxland Community Foundation Executive Director.

You can donate to local profits online with a minimum 10-dollar donation. 

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